The Crown Hotel
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... I was on cook group today, so we prepared a breakfast of fried eggs and bread.
There was a ship graveyard on the other side of the wall where we had parked the truck. There was some debate whether we were allowed in there or to take pictures given the big restrictions on picture taking in this country but several of us spent awhile in the ship graveyard, openly taking pictures and the guards didn't say a thing. Then, I though of a good idea ...
After the palace it was back in the saddle and onwards to some mud volcanos just outside of Baku. The journey was long and uncomfortable and the rain clouds in the distance were disconcerting to say the least. The rain came and stayed with us all the way to the turn off for the mud volcanos, stopping just as ...
14 hrs, 2.2 kms
Day Total: 14 hrs, 2.2 kms
Today I'm off on my once in a lifetime trip to Azerbaijan. This is a new experience for me... usually when I visit a country I think "well, if miss something, I can always come back later and visit it again" but in Azerbaijan, unless they remove the high visa fee, I won't ever come back again--so I've got to make sure I explore it right the first time.
I've done my research, I've listed all the major cities that I ...
... takes longer, more expensive and on the whole... is a shitfight. Something to look forward to...
Made tracks about 1100 today, taking the slower, northern road based on advice we'd received last night... fewer po-po! We still saw plenty, brickin' it each time, although we're starting to see 'em earlier and slowly mastering the 'hide behind a truck' manoeuvre. Somehow we made it to ...
... for spare time,when it comes in a big chunk it can disorientate you - or rather me. So we are in an apartment,car is in fairly secure compound of the American Business Centre and we have access to a group of expatriates who have come in to our lives in order to help us at a point when had all these things not happened our ability to hang it all together would be seriously doubtful.A state of suspended animation might be the best description.
Apparently there are ...