Hyatt Regency Baku
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... is to our North.......in fact Azerbaijan was an outpost of the Soviet Empire until 1992. During WW2 Nazi Germany were desperate to control this area due to to abundance of oil...but failed due to a slight hold up at Stalingrad which in fact heralded the downfall of Mr H........ Update: We were met last night by Gurban our chirpy guide. He about 5' 5" is in his early 60's and "bursting" with interesting facts and figures. Clearly proud of his country, he was at pains ...
A really early start as our leader is concerned over the condition of the road. As it turns out there has been lots of improvements and we make good time. So get to stop for coffee and have a roadside lunch break before arriving in Gobustan. The houses are very distinctive alway in a walled compound and with long silver roofs. The gate in the wall seems very important and is there even if the house has not been built.
... valley turned to drier, more barren hillsides. I think I fell asleep at the very end before Baku - so there may have been a more arid region that I missed. That is about all I remember. Oh, yes, Ramisa told us about the various regions we were passing through and about the former capital of one that was now in ruins and covered up by the new town built over it.
We arrived in Baku and Nick or Ramisa told us that it had a population ...
... He smiles and nods a welcome as we shuffle into his office and thrust our passports complete with bank receipts into his hands. We sit almost patiently and discuss the possible outcomes;
1. He could still say no, he has to wait for the O.K from his boss.
2. He could only process some of us and not all, Mary is Irish and Pernille is Danish, potential problems.
3. He could say “come back Monday” which sinks us as we need ...
... on an alley no wider the two cars, and found a surely women in a ticket booth whose response to our inquiry was 'no boat, go new port'.
Happy to have at least found one of the ports, more information was required to find the new port which will be tomorrows activity and hopefully fingers crossed we fluke the irregular sailing to Aktau (once a week, sometimes twice a week sometimes none a week).