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  • Farewell Armenia, Hello Georgia ( Again ) Day 41 Tuesday 4 July 2017 Yerevan to Vardzia Border Crossing Armenia / Georgia 255 km *It's time to leave Armenia. We have learnt so much about this fascinating country which in terms of current size and wealth, is Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jul 6, 2017
  • Ararat Brandy - Cheers! *You can smell the brandy as soon as you walk through the door of the visitors centre. *We have come to the administrative HQ of the Yerevan Brandy Company. They also store 15000 barrels of world renowned Armenian Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jul 5, 2017
  • The Armenian Question Day 39 Sunday July 2 2017 *Our hotel is opposite the park where every weekend the Yerevan Vernissage is held. Basically a market selling souvenirs and Armenian artefacts. As we exit the hotel, the various stalls are already opening up ready for Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jul 5, 2017
  • Can't Get Enough Of .... Mt Ararat Day 38, Saturday July 1 2017 Yeghegnadzor to Yerevan / 133 km *It's getting really hot now in this part of the world. We reckon around 40 C by the early afternoon. It feels almost middle eastern. *We are heading to Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jul 4, 2017
  • Iconic Armenia Day 37, Friday June 30 2017 Dilijan to Yeghegnadzor / 162 KM *SG is devastated - the draft file on her iPad has just disappeared along with all her notes for 3 days of experience in Armenia. Even AG cannot retrieve. *SG's Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jul 3, 2017
  • Getting to Know Armenia Day 36 Thursday 29 June 2017 Dzoraget to Dilijan via Odzun & Vanadzor *The road closure (extensive reconstruction of tarmac surface ) means that we cannot explore further into the Debed Canyon nor visit Dsegh. We decide to leave Dzoroget on Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jul 2, 2017
  • It's Armenia Day Day 35 Wednesday 28 June 2017 Tbilisi to Dzoroget, Armenia / Border Day *So we leave Tbilisi. Put it on your list of cities to visit. It has come a long way since 2003 when the so called Rose Revolution brought Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jun 30, 2017
  • A Sojourn in the Caucasus Region11 – 14 May, 2017 Baku, Azerbaijan Country 69 My flight to Baku landed just after midnight; getting through passport control and baggage claim was quick and easy. I met the owner of the hostel outside of the terminal and we drove Posted by Glichez in World Tour: 2017-2018 | May 22, 2017
  • Armenia - Aragats On this day we have decided to climb, not more not less, Armenia's highest mountain - Aragats is a single peak and dormant volcano towering at 4090 meters above sea level. There is a long and a short way of climbing Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Nov 15, 2016
  • Armenia - Khor VirapWhen we visited Armenia we decided to stay in Yerevan and take day trips out. Luckily Yerevan's central location and the county's small size makes it easy. Armenia is the first country to adopt Christianity, and Armenians won't miss a Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Nov 15, 2016
  • Republic of Armenia ==Introduction== Armenia, officially the Republic of Armenia, has an ancient cultural heritage dating to 860 BC, and being at the crossroads of the Silk Road, a very complex history, Posted by janejoe in Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan | Jun 8, 2016
  • Our Itinerary to Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan==Our Itinerary== We expect to see some amazing geography with rugged mountains, lush valleys, and rocky gorges. Beautiful architecture is often perched in the most picturesque locati Posted by janejoe in Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan | May 12, 2016
  • Asia- Armenia we just landed in Erebuni Airport from Qatar Airlines the flight was 11h and 5m long and was C$1,181 .72. [img= thumb= Posted by Mahnoork21 in My trip to three regions | May 5, 2016
  • Chinese navy "Impact and" ship visit to EcuadorGuayaquil, Ecuador, June 7 (Reporter Liang Jun Qian Hao Yunfu) being implemented to circumnavigate the globe and visit the Chinese navy task comprehensive marine survey ship "Impact and" ship, arrived in the 7th Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador for a period beg Posted by Carter1111 in news | Jun 8, 2015
  • I always dream of can into the place nearest to heaven.People are so: when the desires are not being met, will be painful; When the desire to be satisfied, will get bored. Already have things often don't know to cherish, don't get things are always in pursuit. Is in such Posted by hinsjeer in truds'blog | Apr 8, 2014
  • Wonderland Armenia Actually Armenia is one of the oldest countries of the world. It is the first Christian country in the world It is situated at a cultural, historical, and reli Posted by lil_travelguide in Armenia traveling | Oct 3, 2013
  • Churches… Churches Everywhere!In AD 301 became Armenia the first country in the world to adopt Christianity as state religion. Georgia followed as the second 25 years later. Interestingly the two neighbours doesn’t share the same branch of Christianity, so while George Church Posted by askgudmundsen in Asia Less Travelled | Jul 25, 2013
  • Dilijian to GorisDespite going to bed quite late, I woke up at 6am and couldn't get back to sleep. I hate it when that happens. I tried to make the most of my time and so I got up, showered Posted by Cath_Greig in Armenia 2012 | Sep 23, 2012
  • Tbilisi - Jvari - Mtskheta - Ananuri - GergetyIn the building site next to the hotel, are four cute little puppies. Well, they are cute until they start barking at 04:00. Yawn. As this is the last two-nighter on our trip, we sent a few Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 22, 2012
  • Dilijan - Hagartsin - Goshvahank - Dzoraget==Haghartsin Monastery== Set in a beautiful wooded valley, Haghartsin Monastery dates from the 12th and 13th century, with various buildings added at different times. Most ancient Armenian Monasteries are sparsely decorated inside, and this one is no exc Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 19, 2012
  • Yerevan - Lake Sevan - Dilijan==Matenasaran Manuscript Museum== The Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts holds one of the world's richest depositories of a collection of nearly 17,000 manuscripts and 30,000 other medieval documents and books which span a broad range of su Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 18, 2012
  • Yerevan ==Yere[b]van[/b]== One of the world's oldest cities - founded in 782 BC when Carthage was very young and Rome was out of the question, Yerevan was known as the 'Pink City' during Soviet times due to the colour of the stone Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 17, 2012
  • Ripsimeh, Ejmiatsin, Zvartnots, Garni, GeghardArmenia Armenia is not only the first ever Christian state (around 300AD) but also one of the earliest countries on the ea]rth - already in the 9 th – 6 th centuries BC the powerful state of Urartu existed on Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 16, 2012
  • Bristol - London - YerevanIn all our years of travel, we have never seen Heathrow so quiet: not a soul in the check-in area (other than us and the staff of course), no-one in front or behind for passport control or X-ray. Apparently that Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 15, 2012
  • End of Armenia I'm sitting in my first class sleeper train compartment from Yerevan to Tblisi. The first class compartments are for two passengers, second class four, and t Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jul 13, 2012
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