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... to Larissa, the aunt and we set off walking to catch the bus. The walk thru the country was nice. Lots of bare fruit trees. We stopped to pick some mint that was growing next to the road. Larissa told us about an accident she had in this village as a youngster where she tried to jump over a creek and broke her ankle. After a short wait, we were on the bus. On this bus, we saw a fighter jet making maneauvers. The girls said it was common to see this and they weren't ...
... found and killed by the Armenian Revenge Takers - one of them in Germany, and Enver Pasha in Middle Asia.
-----Was Ataturk involved in the genocide?
-----No. He came to power in Turkey later.
-----I stepped out of the museum. It had been interesting. But, I wished the museum's exhibits could've been better arranged, to tell a fluid story of the progression of the genocide. I wished they spoke more deeply about the psychology of the participants, ...
... I had some difficulty getting all the desired parts of my breakfast. We were back to boiled eggs today but no regular yogurt - that is fine, there was certainly enough to eat. I was kind of waiting to get some bread and some coffee. The hostess went around with a carafe of hot water and poured some for the older couple and then left the table. I had a stunned expression and the older woman smiled at me because she noticed what had happened. Eventually I ...
Here it is 7:30 pm and I am very sleepy - not sure how much blogging and photo uploading I will get done. And I slept in this morning too - until 11 am. But I think there were mitigating circumstances:
Last night I managed to sleep a fair amount on those banquettes at the Vienna Airport and magically woke up as the announcement to board was made. This was about 10:30 pm after spending a relaxing day at the oh, so very comfortable Vienna Airport. I ...
... expensive, but I ended up, I believe, with a homestay at one of the employees' houses, though I can't be completely sure.
Gyumri was definitely a nice change of pace and an interesting introduction to Armenia. Apparently, I've arrived in the middle of apricot season, and there are people selling fresh apricots everywhere. I love it, whenever you feel like having some apricots, the nearest vendor is usually around 150 meters away, and you buy the apricots ...