Hotel Hale Kai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... part of Baku's centre, and find yourself in a very uniquely beautiful spot. Between the architecture and the vibe, there's something very pleasant about a stroll through this part of Baku - it feels instantly recognizable, though you can't quite place your finger on exactly why that may be.
It took a little while, but I finally figured out what feels so familiar about Baku - it actually reminds me of ...
... and the town had men spread out across parks and restaurants with women out of sight. We explored an incredible Palace while in Seiki which belonged to one of the old regional Khans and I had a strange traditional meal of Piti. It was a tasty salty broth with a chunk of lamb fat floating in it that to the waiter had to break up into the broth before eating (sounds better than it tasted, and it doesn’t sound good at all!). James ordered a ...
... with decent eateries and a cheerful, middle class feel--something I haven't seen much of here. But then just as I'm starting to enjoy this hike, I find myself in an ugly, run down industrial sprawl that seems somewhat abandoned and sets me ill at ease. I walk on and on, worried that I might be heading to a dead end... wondering if this was a dumb idea...
Then finally I reach the high rises of the central Baku and can heave a sigh of relief. It's been a long, trying ...
... did not work out. I was upset as this was the missing link in
my trip. I decided to use my frequent flyer miles to book a ticket to see Claire and spend the last 3 weeks of her trip with her. I pick up the last leg of my trip leaving Claire on August 30 and going to Kazakhstan to finish the last part going down to Kyrgyzstan and China, then flying to Philippines to meet my mom, then Australia, New Zealand and that is all I have planned at ...
... highly controversial Rushdie book, and stopped searching Nona's undies long before finding our well-hidden Lonely Planet.
The rest of the night was very pleasant, the bouncing-bouncing-bouncing train rocked us asleep like a womb, and after a nice wash in the toilet and a lovely tea (yes, they have a pursor-type lady who serves sheets and tea!) and a failed attempt by Nona to steal some night train bed linen, we were in Baku!