Cher --- Please note the square amber ashtray. Back in the 1960s 1970s into the 1980s It was more common to visit someone where there was a smoked pack of cig butts in an ashtray than not. Very common.
Is Armenia on your bucket list? It should be! We fell in love its monasteries, food, and friendly people and you will too! Click here to learn where to go, what to do, the best foods, and plenty more!...................hotel | restaurant | guide | world h
How many of you knows what this Nakhchivan is? Where is it exactly, how big, how beautiful? From this post you will get to know why even we didn't visit this autonomous republic. The Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic (in Azerbaijani: Naxçıvan Muxtar Respublikası) is a landlocked enclave of Azerbaijan. It has three borders: with Armenia, with Iran and funny 15 km with Turkey. That was our plan: to get there from Turkish side. Why? Because we didn't apply for visa to Iran (and then we wou...
Random text posts I compiled about the nordics (I love them too much whoops...)
Mount Nermut, historic Armenia, Reconstruction of the Pantheon of Armenian Gods
Things to do in Salento and Valle de Cocora
How we got from Cali to Salento (via Armenia). Head upstairs in Terminal de Transportes in Cali and purchase your ticket from Transportes Armenia. Cost is 21,900 pesos per person, the colectivo leaves at 10.30 am and takes 3½ hours. When you arrive at Armenia at Terminal de Transportes, go up one level inside the main terminal, walk past all the ticket booths and then exit to where all the colectivos are parked. Just look for the colectivo that displays a ‘Salento’ sign in its window…
Is Armenia on your bucket list? It should be! We fell in love its monasteries, food, and friendly people and you will too! Click here to learn where to go, what to do, the best foods, and plenty more!...................hotel | restaurant | guide | world heritage |
For some reason this was deleted, so decided to repost. This was taken from Armenia, Mount Ararat and little Ararat, where Noah's Ark is supposed to have rested after the flood. You can see more of my photos at: <a href="www.photojohnwright.net">photojohnwright.net</a>
The Adams Hotel invites you to spend your holiday in Armenia with us! In only a 10-minutes-walk from our hotel you can reach the city center of Yerevan, where you can admire the cultural buildings or enjoy a coffee at the ‘singing fountains”. Our classy, comfortable rooms, our relaxing hotel pool and our professional, personal service will bring your stay in Armenia to perfection.