Being a dreamer is much about me and I have always had some really strange ones, some of them were just not appropriate. Once I just decided to make one of them come true. It was about writing a blog-post about women and things inside their purses. Yeap, people agreed to help me with that … More Exploring Germany: Cologne, Dusseldorf and Gruiten
There are certain things forbidden in the present society, like asking the age of woman or looking up inside somebody’s private stuff. Have you ever dreamed of breaking this rule? I did )) I was so much curious what girls hide in their bags, that I dared to ask them to show all to me. So … More What is hidden inside a girl’s bag?
Days ago I was in a very specific visit in Georgia. It wasn’t a Christian church, Tbilisi famous sight or a typical Georgian restaurant, but a village, a very unique one. The village Asureti (former Elisabethal) is located in Tetritskharo Municipality, 35 km far from Tbilisi and has once been a settlement for German families. History … More Asureti as an ethnographic village: would you believe in it?
I was surfing the web and noticed a post about certain feelings that cannot be expressed in the proper way. You truly feel them, you are thinking about them, but are afraid not to be able to express. Checking the list I found out several of them that are occurring to me very frequently and that may … More How words connect with feelings?
People always tend to think that coming to Caucasus means visiting churches, getting to know traditions, eating local food and buying souvenirs. But I can truly disappoint you by saying that in Caucasus there are lots of places, where people gather to just have fun, to pass their time with fellows who share their perception of … More Top 6 fun places in Yerevan and Tbilisi
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Tbilisi is always described as a multicultural city, where people loving to live out of stereotypes come to find their path. Here you can see hippies and metallists chilling together, Americans and Russians talking about politics, Armenians and Azerbaijani discussing cultural similarities etc.etc. This happens here everyday, in pubs, on streets…but what is it like … More Life out of your comfort zone
What is DigiTec Expo? An international High-Tech exhibition which is held in Yerevan, Armenia for already 10 years, starting from 2005 and hosts mostly technological companies and links them to the business consumers and the society. In other words a three-days fest (October 02 – 04, 2015) for geeks and generally tech world lovers and interested people. … More DigiTec Expo 2015: the technological Big Bang of Armenia
Yesterday: on 27th of September some of the world’s DC lovers were celebrating Batman’s day. Who is Batman? Batman is one of the core characters of DC (detective comics) world, first appeared in May 1939, in the 27th episode. The character was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, who were both comic writers. Batman got … More Batman in the city
It’s funny to know that thousands of years ago people thought that the world finishes with the horizon… It’s funny that now we know how big is this world and how small it is at the same time… It’s so nice to be able to share thoughts about a person who now lives thousands of … More J. A. C. K.
Friday. I went to the Lover’s park in the center of Yerevan. I do go there frequently, but this was a special visit. I was bringing clothes that are in a good state, but are forgotten by me and need to find new owners… Very good friends: Arthur and Aida, have made up their mind … More People are awesome
I have recently been thinking about things that I love in this world. I thought I am the only one, who cares and dreams about very primitive things, who does not need much to feel happy. I thought it’s crazy, but than I tried to understand how others think about the same, so now I … More Experiment on 3 good things
World would be so much rich if every single person had the chance to have his/her own place, own walls and own ceiling. It would be rich with personal stuff, personal kitchens in which all the people would create their own recipes of life style)) I have been wondering about this for a while and … More Our private worlds
When walking by the streets of Tbilisi you feel as if it’s a new home, you don’t have the sensation of being a foreigner, because you know, why the hell you Armenian should feel as a foreigner in Georgia ))) but there is this little sensation of being alone, being apart from the everyday life … More Thoughts about Tbilisi
Hey! These days local and international media blow up with articles about protests against electricity price rise in Armenia. The protests started long ago, but finally people managed to take under their control one of the main avenues of Yerevan: Baghramyan avenue on which there are situated many important buildings such as the National Assemby … More How to be a right protester: 10 tips from Armenians
Դաաառը համ ա գալիս, երբ ալոեն քսում եմ դեմքիս: Ինձ մի պահ թվում ա, որ իմ մաշկն ինձնից առանձին ապրում ա… Ես մեկ-մեկ մտածում եմ, որ ինձնից թաքուն ես ապրում եմ, որ մի տեղ, մի երկու սարի արանքում, ունեմ ծղոտից սպիտակ տուն, ես չգիտեմ, թե տունը ոնց ա սպիտակ, բայց գիտեմ, որ մեջը ծով կա … More Ասում ա վերնագիր
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The number of blogs and bloggers rises day by day and it’s not me saying it, it’s the numbers; let’s look at them: Nearly 7 million people blog on blogging sites 12 million people blog through social networks There are 31% more bloggers today in comparison with those 3 years ago…