Kyle’s Journey in Armenia

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  • Kyle? In Armenia?

    My name is Kyle, and I am a Peace Corps volunteer in Noyemberyan, Armenia. I will live here until August 2008 and am an Information Technology volunteer. In addition to my primary assignment developing my region's WiFi internet, I also teach computer and English classes to area youth. Thank you for visiting!

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A Trans-Siberian Adventure

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008
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Riding across Russia in an old Soviet train car has always sounded appealing to me, for some reason. Whether for the excitement of traveling across a land which once seemed so inaccessible, or to meet travelers from around the world, or to simple make a (not so) quick getaway from Armenia, I boarded train #4 [...]

New Photos from St. Petersburg, Moscow and the Trans-Siberian Railroad

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008
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I will write a post later tonight about the railroad experience itself, but wanted to let you know you I posted ~100 photos from the rest of my time in Russia on my Flickr photos.
Take a look in the photo gallery!

Moscow and Our Chinese Visas

Sunday, August 3rd, 2008
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As you may have figured out, it’s been about 5 days since I’ve updated this. That’s because I just finished my trek from Moscow to Ulan Bator (almost…) on the Trans-Siberian Railroad! The train trip, which from Moscow to Ulan Bator alone covers over 5,000 km, has been something I’ve always wanted to do in [...]

The Opulence of St. Petersburg

Sunday, July 27th, 2008
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Our last two days in St. Petersburg were quite exciting, as we had the opportunity to visit some of the most remarkable landmarks. Thursday we visited the world-famous Hermitage Museum, which is the largest museum in the world and had some impressive collections. They had a rather impressive collection of Piccaso, Rembrandt and other European [...]

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