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... it had managed to stop
before toppling into the stream and seemed little damaged. No idea if or how they would ever be able to
When we got to the top of this Abano pass, 2860m, we stopped
for my lot to have a bite to eat. Within
a couple of minutes the fog had closed in and we could barely see more than a
few metres. We all had a rest for about
3 hours while the fog swirled about us and the wind tried to blow us ...
... had an amazing time at Lake Sevan. He even thanked me for the hookup, especially since the group had told him that they felt like they had won the lottery, having the honour of Chris joining them for that day.
I enquired about a wedding that Chris had also been randomly invited to the other night, by a girl that was part of our group at Republic Square. Turns out that it was the wedding of a member of a famous ...
... the lesson that we were given when making them, which was to bite a little hole, drain the liquid (stock) then eat the rest, but I bottled it and used my knife and fork. We got through one before a lovely couple on the table next to us leaned over and very smilingly gave us a quick lesson on dumpling eating and reassured us that eating with our fingers in a restaurant was ok. It was really very sweet of them, and when we did as we were instructed, ...
... br> -----Camel Guy sat on a fallen tree. Resting beside him was an old gypsy wagon, so heavy it looked like it'd be difficult for even a camel to pull it.
-----The fallen tree and its branches enclosed a kind of "living room" for Camel Guy. The contents of his wagon lay around him. A rusty, portable stove. Unwashed pots and tea-kettles, which the animals drank from and knocked over. Clothes and blankets, hung to dry.
... was high, and people were having a hard time financially.
Then we traveled farther north to Dilijan where we went to the Ethnographic Street where there were some craft shops and interesting buildings with wooden balconies that were traditional for this part of Armenia - even though most of the houses and shops didn't look quite so spiffy. This Ethnographic Street was funded by an Armenian billionaire from the diaspora and he also ...