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... passport in order to prevent the clerk from losing face.
While waiting for their Baku> Moscow flight, Fox marveled at the shiny new airport. That Caspian oil is surely responsible for the Baku airport, which has absolutely nothing for the common man and makes American airports look like proletarian fantasies.
During that wait they were able to verify that no terminal change was needed in Moscow; thus were fears of holiday cancellation alleviated.
... Tower, a medieval tower which is linked to the legend of women throwing themselves off it... its real purpose might have been less prosaic, either a defensive or viewing or astronomy tower. The display inside as really good.
The fountain park had no fountains turned on...
Tomorrow we are going to attempt the walking tour again and try not to get too distracted by air conditioned coffee shops or malls.
Details on the boat to follow.
... they congregated all around him.
We passed some interesting towns with MacMansion-type villas and new detached houses that looked like suburbs. There were also sheep and cows crossing the road and grazing in the fields. One area had been planted with grapes for wine making during the Soviet area that had had all the grape vines ripped out. Now there were some grapes planted but not nearly as much as before. Large-scale farming ...
... He smiles and nods a welcome as we shuffle into his office and thrust our passports complete with bank receipts into his hands. We sit almost patiently and discuss the possible outcomes;
1. He could still say no, he has to wait for the O.K from his boss.
2. He could only process some of us and not all, Mary is Irish and Pernille is Danish, potential problems.
3. He could say “come back Monday” which sinks us as we need ...
... desire to go back. Not beacuse I feel it's dangerous, I'm being especially ripped off or someone wants to penetrate me, I just have zero interest in the place and where it's going. Baku is a manufactured city, it's fake, it has no real character and there are too many 'all-importants' with either badges, hats or oil money. After a measly three days that's probably unfair, but that's where it's at.