Yeah, this makes me look like a dork, but it's not every day you see a UVA decal (and thus graduate - or superfan) in Armenia. I never did meet him/her...
At least I think that's how fast we were going (based on the kmh conversion I estimated). You can tell we're big fans of this mountain over here. Its supposedly where Noah's Ark landed; the only thing we know for sure is on it are some military bases. Nonetheless, it's a beautiful sight to behold (I'm told this feeling hardly wanes even when you've lived here for decades).
I really liked the way these roadside gas stations are setup. It's like all the cars pull up to a bar.
With full belly, looking out from a restaurant balcony (khorovats, ftw!) at the landscape surrounding Garni.
I love these things (curly iron[?] above the door) even though I don't know what they're called.
Note the artful use of some spare fabric to update this banner. I really wanted to see the Georgian History Museum in Tbilisi, but it's still under construction. And they've installed really good locks to prevent "self-guided tours."