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Aug 23 2006

Armenia, Trip Inventory

June 21, 2001 to July 12, 2001: I traveled to Armenia as part of a government funded program as an Ambassador of the United States to teach computers to students and teachers.

CYSCA is a partnership between the citizens of Cambridge, Massachusetts and Yerevan, the capital of the Republic of Armenia.

The Goal of CYSCA:

To foster friendship, mutual trust and dynamic interaction between the peoples of Yerevan and Cambridge as well as their neighboring regions; to build links between them, to promote public awareness of issues of mutual concern; and to appreciate and accommodate the various manifestations of diversity in these communities.

A few weeks ago I was going through papers at home and stumbbled across my flight itinerary from the trip and noticed a slight flaw in the paperwork. This piece of paper was printed February 2001 and I just noticed it over 5 years later. The following is a scanned copy of the original papers.
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Now the distance between the Republic of Georgia and Yerevan, Armenia is 112 Miles but the paper tells me that it will take 68 hours and 6 minutes to get there. Either they screwed up on the total flight time or they screwed up with the fact that I was not taking a flight but rather a mule.
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I may blog about other parts of my trip, but thats for a later time.
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Timothy Haroutunian

Timothy Haroutunian is a ServiceNow Cloud Implementation Specialist at Acorio. ServiceNow is an IT Management solution that allows for a complete view of your IT and physical environment.

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