As Friday approached, we discussed in amazement at how the past three weeks had passed so quickly. It did not seem like three weeks had passed, or that we would be leaving Saturday night. Friday was our last outing day, where we would be venturing to Tatev Monastery on a four hour drive. Tatev is a 9th century monastery and by far my favorite. Its uniqueness stood out for me, from its location, to the journey there, to the monastery itself. The monastery was located on the edge of a mountain, surrounded by jaw dropping views from the moment we stepped off the bus. The monastery itself was located on an entirely different mountain from the one we had driven up. However, thanks to the Wings of Tatev, this was not a problem. The Wings of Tatev is a cable car that connects the town to the another mountain where the monastery is located. This beautiful 15 minute ride took us over isolated prayer sights, a small town, hiking trails, and memorable mountain views. Upon arriving, the monastery was unlike any monastery I had previously visited. Tatev had small tunnels and entrance points that sparked curiosity and excitement in all of us, from high school students to professors. One room was dedicated to making lavash during operational periods of the monastery. I can only imagine how good that room must have smelled with freshly baked bread! Overall, I think Tatev was the perfect wrap to an amazing and memorable, once in a lifetime experience. I'm so thankful to have had the opportunity to experience Armenia with such intelligent and intellectually stimulating professors and classmates. This is a trip I look forward to sharing with anyone who asks; I will forever remember it.