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... that the daughter might be able to go to Graz, Austria to study philosophy. The other person was a Ukrainian woman who was working in Baku on temporary assignment facilitating Japanese photojournalists who were making a travel documentary about the Silk Road. She spoke English and interpreted for us. We arrived in Baku in the AM and I checked into the hotel and set about trying to get a ticket for crossing the Caspian Sea on a cargo boat since there are no ferrys and ...
... our exit at 7:00.
We were on the boat named "Professor Gul" by about 9:30 and after being assigned a cabin, I quickly killed Rich in the "Murder on the Caspian" game. According to the guides, we were on the best passenger ferry on the Sea. It had recently been renovated so the rooms were clean, there were fairly new matresses, and shared bathrooms with flush western toilets and a hot shower!
The lights of Turkenbashy were nice as we sailed ...
... So it was out with the shovels and the short sand ladders and we started to dig Calypso out. Theresa, Driver, Hayden and I took turns on the shovels as the rest of the group slipped and swore their way out of the truck and up the bank which was hard going. The first attempt at driving her out succeeded only in extending the ditch, tearing up the track and throwing mud everywhere. Plan B.
... to the side of the highway where I should wait for the bus to pass.
This is really starting to feel like I'm headed off to the middle of nowhere.
We reach the border. On the Georgian style, it all goes very quick, then we walk across a bridge to the Azeri side.
The immigration official looks at me suspiciously "what are you doing in Azerbaijan?"
"Uh... I'm a tourist just going to visit the country"
"But why are you coming ...
... for it. We left the car where it was... have no idea about the parking rules either, see how that one goes.
I must admit I'm not really feeling Azerbaijan. I haven't really found anything particularly pleasant or fun, and I'm not expecting that to change anytime soon. It's only been a short time but that's where it's at. A couple of good experiences would be all it takes... fingers crossed.