Vahe from Armenia: Delayed Luggage, Sunny Arrival

Vahe Khumaryan arrived to Tartu from Armenia a few days ago. Despite his luggage getting lost and delayed on the way, he is optimistic and tends to see the bright side of life. Contrary to Vahe’s expectations, the weather in Estonia is still warm and sunny (he isn’t even scared of winter), communication is easy, and even Tartu looks much more beautiful than it seemed on the Internet.

Vahe Khumaryan

Vahe Khumaryan. Photos from the personal archive.

Learn more about Vahe’s first impressions about Tartu and the university from our interview on Twitter:

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  • Mike

    There is nothing worse than finding out after a long day of travel that your bags didn’t make it. Last year in Rome I found out that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” certainly applies when it comes to getting your misplaced luggage returned. Tracer tags are equal to way more than a pound of cure in my book. They allow the airline or anyone else who finds your bags to immediately contact you by email or text (without revealing your personal information) with a pickup location. I got mine at Mystufflostandfound.com It worked like a charm for me and I ended up getting my lost bag back in less than 2 hours. Now I have them on my phone, laptop, passport and almost everything else that travels with me.