Category Archives: Armenia

Artifacts 2: Rain Jacket

I thought about sharing some of the lessons learned from our travels. One direction on this path involves what we carry. This is a theme I have touched on before.  It is interesting to me to experience how the artifacts … Continue reading

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What happened to Barcelona?

A number of viewers of my blog comment how much they like Barcelona.  We traveled from Malta to Panama, but there is no direct flight.  In our plans we found that the best airfare involved a stopover in Barcelona with … Continue reading

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Yerevan Walk

We only spent a few days in Yerevan, Armenia.  They were warm enough with temps between five and ten centigrade ( 40° – 50° F) although temperatures fell below freezing at night.  We stayed in a communist era building.  It … Continue reading

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Teapot at Alexander Tamanyan Park

Just for fun. I’m a little tea pot short and stout, this is my handle, this is my spout. … Well, Gosh. I’m just a sugar bowl.

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Misgivings: from Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus

I checked the weather maps, trip advisor, and other Internet resources for info on our trip from Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia to Yerevan, Armenia.  The weather should be warmer, drier, and a minibus called marshrutka would get us there quicker. … Continue reading

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