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Travel Blogs from Stepanakert
Chris: I awoke a new man, a warm shower from a bucket and a shave, no sign of feeling ill and able to trust a feeling of wind for just that. I am going to play it cautious on the food front and stick to some crackers. Jane: I was not so good... As I had fallen ill just before bed, I decided to sleep in my clothes so that I could make it to the toilet quicker in the middle of the night (a few people had had accidents, and I was worried ...
Road to Jolfa lead through the border zone between Azerbaijan and Iran.
Wired fences and watch towers everywhere around. Also beautiful
mountainous landscape with high peaks, valleys, canyons and rivers.
Stopped in Jolfa at the petrol station and filled up our nearly empty
tank with 35litres of petrol for $6 !!! We were as happy as kids. We
are in petrol ...
After leaving the Armenian checkpoint we drove across the bridge towards the Iranian part of the border with
another lot of armed soldiers. They checked our documents and let us
through to the passenger control building. We parked the car outside the
building and went through the passport checkpoint. We were questioned
about our families and travelling plans. Then at the xray point we were
asked few questions again and finally ...
The NKR is an odd place to visit to say the least. A little bit of 20th century history will provide some background to that statement. Lets see if we can provide a quick and succinct summary.
Ethnic tensions between majority Armenians and minority Azerbaijanis were kept under wraps during the Soviet era, but surfaced during the glasnost period under Gorbachev. The Armenians in the autonomous region wanted to be transferred to the Armenian SSR and ...
we illegally crossed the border to Nagarno Karabekh the next day, well, technically, they dont have any official borders, and no one really knows whats going on there, its considered No Man’s Land. Neither Armenia nor Azerbaijan. (dont worry, the next morning we went and got the proper visa, however, it didnt cover us for the region we intended to travel anyways.go figure) NKH was a fantastic part of the world, they have their own language and speak of themselves as ...