Crossing Borders: Journeying Between Armenia and Georgia

Not I, not anyone else, can travel the world for you. You must travel it for yourself. – Walt Whitman

Our journey starts at Yerevan. It was 8AM when the travel agent from Holiday Factory, Lilit, picked me up at my hotel and as much as I want to stay in Armenia, it was now time to move. Lilit told me that our land travel will take five to six hours to reach Tblisi from Yerevan. As she was explaining the roads and scenery that I will be going to see, my expectations for this trip is now high. I was so excited for our stopovers (Sanahin Monastery and first WWII airplane in the world) and told myself to not miss every detail of the sight. I literally forbid myself to sleep.

True enough, she did not give me false expectations and her descriptions of the place were very accurate. Crossing borders between these two countries is such a delightful treat to my eyes!

 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. CoffeexNotes says:

    It looks so beautiful! πŸ˜€

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    1. Yes it is! I want to go back πŸ™‚

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  2. Armenia and Georgia two Euroasian countries having a lot in similar. So beautiful and lots of attractive landscapes make them the most visited places in the region

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