I wondered if this is how it looked after a war. The fancy things didn’t matter at all; just the bare necessities.
I complained that there was not enough time, that I would definitely read it during the weekend but the weekend would pass in a blink and then hope that I would dedicate some time during the week, but the week would pass by too.
Day trip to Lake Sevan on a Budget: Traveling in Armenia
Visiting Armenia and not going to Lake Sevan is like going to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower. Lake Sevan is the largest freshwater lake in Armenia and is so beautiful that you can spend hours at a stretch at this place. This lake is around 73 kms away from the city centre of… Continue reading Day trip to Lake Sevan on a Budget: Traveling in Armenia
How to go Yenokavan from Yerevan on a budget: Ziplining in Armenia
These tour agencies annoy me. Their exorbitant prices are seriously not worth it. I'm talking about the group tours. Private tours are another hole-in-the-pocket kind of story. I get it, if you are short on time, lazy to research, or just want a relaxing vacation with family, tour agencies simply do the work for you.But,… Continue reading How to go Yenokavan from Yerevan on a budget: Ziplining in Armenia
Armenian adventure: Finding a place to stay
Highlights: If you arrive late into Yerevan, ✓Buy a Sim card at Viva Cell MTS (Open 24/7) ✓Exchange currency at SAS Supermarket (Open 24/7) ✓Skip the hotels and stay at Rooms Hostel; best experience ever Remember the nightmare that I was talking about in my previous post? (You can read about how we entered into… Continue reading Armenian adventure: Finding a place to stay
Entering Armenia from Georgia by Road: All you need to know
After enjoying Batumi for 2 days (read what I did in Batumi here: Batumi Adventures: Top things to do), we took the train for 20 GEL per person to go back to Tbilisi. It takes around 5-6 hours and is super comfortable and has Air-conditioning for a second class seater train. We had to come… Continue reading Entering Armenia from Georgia by Road: All you need to know