Hotel Hale Kai
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... open especially for us the next day and give us our visas on the spot. We caught the cabs back to the truck and caught another set of cabs to the apartment we were staying in (it was going to be too hard to get the truck there in the traffic). The three storey apartment we stayed in was awesome and had a sauna, which I took advantage of each of the three nights we stayed there, and a pool table. Quinn had also discovered a KFC across the square from the apartment so we decided to ...
... and we reach our hotel in the old city of Baku. Great room, very bling with kitchen area. Time to get the washing done. Local cuisine for supper washed down with local beer. First day in Baku and it is the major cultural tour. The icon of the city is the Maiden Tower. The experts cannot agree on whether it is a castle, an observatory or a temple...it is a great place to visit with 8 floors of high tech displays ...
... food than we really wanted or needed but it was all quite good and we will suggest it for our group good-bye dinner. Trish and I shared some dumplings but we had more than enough for us and Tony and he was already full from his selections. It was a good choice.
By 9 pm I was back in my room and ready to work on my email, blog and photo uploading. Good thing I have such a short entry today - maybe I can work on uploading another sd card.
... and we're on our way to Tibilsi and our last change of vehicle. As we climb out of the cab we're instantly mobbed by Taxi drivers and Zaza has to shout at them to allow us to move along. It's gone 1am now and he has to haggle well to secure us a people carrier to ferry the eight of us to the bush camp near the Azerbajian border.
It's a tight fit as we squeez
Somewhere just outside of Baku,
As bush camps ...
There are two big tourist attractions not far from Baku and I shared a taxi with two of the people in my hostel. It costs 50 manat, which is the equivalent to 50 euros to go to Qobustan, the mud volcanos, the great mosque and the James Bond oil field. It only took 4-5 hours to visit all of them and I would recommend everyone to do it if they are already I Baku. Most of the other people in the hostel passed up this opportunity.
The first ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet