Ascot Lodge

G.Gadjiyev Street, lane 7, Baku, 370001, Azerbaijan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baku

Baku, Azerbaijan: Land of Fire

A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 30, 2013

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... Burberry, Escada to high street Accessorise, Oasis, Gap, New Look, Zara and Mango. Surprise surprise, I've not bought a thing. Oh except two pairs of shoes but they were a necessity, not a want. Food wise local cuisine is kebab but unlike the ones you have at 3 in the morning after a skinful of booze these are slow cook by coals and taste almost healthy. Back in the day I used to go to a kebab house in Camden on a somewhat regular basis then one day I walked in all confused. ...

Heading across the Caspian Sea

A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

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... fast food chain… it was incredible! If the president spent anywhere near the amount of money used in Baku on the roads and the rest of the countries infrastructure it would make the journey in a hell of a lot smoother as the roads were shocking and left us airborne out of our seats every few metres. The people of around the rest of the country could also benefit greatly with some small scale spending, as the surrounding villages seemed a lot poorer than ...

Cyber War

A travel blog entry by mkuechel on Sep 18, 2012

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... brain is also a hard currency. As soon as we signaled willingness to pay, he calms down and promises a receipt. Great, just what we needed, another piece of paper...naja, at least we can leave the boat with the truck.

- One stupid customs office on land that takes ages to process the car and wants more money, USDs of course...We finally get out of port by nightfall and have to get out of Baku asap. It is a glitzy place, Louis Vuitton stores ...

Evrovision, here we come!

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 21, 2011

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... doing playing this man's game in my house??"), they did cordially receive and feed us.

And after all this fun, the boys simply drove us to our hotel and wished us a good trip. I'm still so amazed by all this hospitality. Not so much the fact that boys want to talk to you, but the fact that they really just want to talk to you and help you and show you around, and don't try any funny stuff afterwards!

I'm running, I'm scared tonight! Ow ow, ohow! ...

To a litle bit better world

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 16, 2010


... traditions and their ancient histories. What I think they all share in common is a sense of community, a deep attachment to family, and strong sense of hospitality - as a Georgian proverb goes "A stranger is a gift from God."

On our last night in Armenia, we sat with our host, watching thunder clouds roll in over the forest-clad mountains. As the light waned, he proposed a toast. Topping up our vodka, he raised his glass and said "To a little-bit better world." I'll drink to that.

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