Kyle’s Journey in Armenia

Just Another Peace Corps Blog

  • Kyle? In Armenia?

    My name is Kyle, and I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Noyemberyan, Armenia. I lived here from 2006-2008, and worked as an Information Technology volunteer for the US Peace Corps. In addition to my primary assignment developing my region's WiFi internet, I also taught computer and English classes to area youth. Thank you for visiting!

    This blog remains available for historical purposes, but is no longer actively maintained.

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Final Post

Monday, August 25th, 2008
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As you may have noticed, I have moved the site from the domain name to my personal site, I will not be updating this blog anymore, but will leave it up indefinitely as a reference for people considering the Peace Corps or want to learn more about Armenia. That being said, Peace Corps for […]

Olympic Coverage

Wednesday, August 13th, 2008
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The last few days here in Beijing have been a really great time. Mainly, we have been keeping busy with going to various Olympic games, all of which have been interesting in their own ways. In between, we have been enjoying the delightful cuisine, people and culture that Beijing has to offer. (This is a […]

Chinese President Declares “Games are Open, Kyle is a Man”

Sunday, August 10th, 2008
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After surviving Russia, things could only get better on our trip. And they have, as we made our way south through Asia into Mongolia and into China the past few days. We arrived in Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia, late on the night of the 6th. So, we did not really get to see […]

Bye Bye Russia

Wednesday, August 6th, 2008
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The most careful readers of my blog may have noticed that I said our Trans-Siberian train traveled from Moscow to Ulan Bator (almost…). Perhaps a better phrasing would have been, “our Trans-Siberian train traveled from Moscow to Ulan Bator, but Kathy, Heather and I were left at the border because of some bad visa advice.” […]

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