Starting in Tbilisi/Georgia, I made my way south to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. The trip was very straightforward, as there is an overnight train leaving Tbilisi every 2nd day and going the other way the following day, so it was very easy to do a day trip from Georgia down to Yerevan. As there was no problem with my drone in Georgia, I took my Phantom along with me to Yerevan hoping for some nice winter wonderland footage.
And: I was not disappointed. The temperature in Yerevan was roundabout -13 degrees Celsius, approx. 10 degrees less than in Tbilisi. So walking around in this freezing atmosphere was a bit painful, but, on the other hand, it gave you an even more intense impression of the strongly Soviet-style city of Yerevan. I have left Yerevan the next day with the overnight train back to Tbilisi in the 3rd class, which cost 9500 Armenian Dram, approx. 17 Euros.