my two last days in Armenia (out of four, that is) were spent on tours in the countryside. The hostel I stayed in had a really great option of organized tours that were really useful in the country where it’s pretty hard to get to some interesting places by public transport, especially when you’re really limited with time. Even if I’m more of a I’ll-organize-all-by-myself person such tours sometimes come in handly, and that’s how it was in Armenia. In these two days I had a chance to see some incredibly beautiful places: Lake Sevan with its monasteries and cemetries, Geghard Monastery, Garni Tempel, Echmiadzin, Khor Virap and Noravank, I could see the landscape changing (one of a kind landscape, so amazing!), I could experience people’s hospitality and delicious home cooked meals and of course I could enjoy a great multicultural company (mix of Polish, English, Armenian, Brasilian, American and Norwegian). These were two really great day and they made me fell in love with Armenia
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