Sheraton Baku Airport Hotel
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... guilty fix of Western food for dinner that night as this was the first time we had really come across a Western fast food place. The next morning we went back to the Uzbekistan embassy after making a stop off at the bank to pay the visa fee. It didn't take too long at the embassy to get the visas so we were back at the apartment by 11am. We found a kebab place just one building down from us that was significantly cheaper ($2.50 NZ) than buying food even from the supermarket, so the ...
... panoramic view from the top. As a group we did the walking tour which covers all the old city highlights. Palace, mosque, statues and squares. We finished up in Fountain Square for a cold drink and some people watching. Afternoon walk along the lakeside in the sun finished a full sightseeing day. In the evening a few of us broke out the credit cards and hit the bar at the Four Seasons for cocktails. Great fun...I ...
Note; I wrote this on another blog, I'm now exporting to Travelpod, I didn't change the wording though:)
Once again I'm starting up a blog to share my journey abroad with friends and family across the globe. This time I have ventured to the country located at the coast of Caspian sea, a land between Europe and Asia; Azerbaijan.Now how did I ...
... one was not the prettiest or the most comfortable, the security guards didn’t do much to relax the mood either. Our camp for the evening is a gravel dump for the road builders ‘improving’ the main highway into Baku, Azerbaijan’s capital. Darkness was falling fast and everyone’s stomachs were grumbling with hunger. Pegs wouldn’t go into the ground, we were a few meters from the slip road and the rain was threatening ...
... save for the raised blood pressure.
Once we were in town the fun started... stinkin' hot, cars all over the place, parked in the middle of the street, goin' the wrong way, one way streets, streets blocked off, horns, hook turns - absolute pandemonium! On the plus side, there were no random animals strolling down the street, although that would've lifted the mood somewhat! It was ...
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