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... platforms and a population of 2000 people. Everything on piles, 55 km off the nearest shore. We arrive Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan at 3pm and check in the Caspian Hostel, where we have Internet again after being cut off 1 week. We have time for some sightseeing in Baku's old town and center. Gaps in the pretty old town are ...
... Azerbaijan's tourist attractions.
In the nearby 'wooden box' restaurant we enjoyed a very local lunch with excellent company, a perfect way to end our day tour.
It was time to head back to Tbilisi. So with little time to spare we grabbed dinner in the KFC adjacent to the station. The building's exterior reminded us of a grand mosque or mausoleum. We hadn't expected the interior to mirror the grandeur of the ...
... soft mud lava the boys were having a ball. We were all perplexed at how these mounds had formed and why the lava was so cool.
With reluctance we left our volcanoes and head to one of Baku's most famous sites, the petroglyphs of Qobustan.
Before viewing the petroglyphs we visited the small but well thought out museum. Our minds full of facts and figures we head for the hills. Wow! The view of Baku's coastline ...