Park Inn By Radisson Azerbaijan Baku Hotel
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... then played the sit and wait game before we were loaded onto the boat. The craic was mighty as we sat and waited. Us Irish lads, decided it was time to break open our “bribe bucket” of miniature vodkas and everyone sat around in the car park and had great fun. We then decided that it was time to break out the nerf ball, and before we knew it the customs officers had joined in with us and were throwing the nerf ball around the car park....great fun was had!!
... for the petroglyphs and mud volcanoes. A good museum on the petroglyphs funded by World Heritage, top line graphics and displays. Then a guided tour of the site itself. Settlement on the lake shore goes way back to 10,000 BC.the cravings are in rock shelters high in the hills. Great views over the lake of the petrochemical industries. First bush camp, so lessons on how to put up the tents. Big heavy tents ...
... 4 million. It is definitely a big, commercial city. We could see a lot of modern skyscrapers and apartment houses. Ramisa pointed out the area in which she lives. Nick gave us directions to the supermarket, some places to eat, the sea, and the old town.
My room is on the fourth floor facing the street next to Trish and Tony. Once I replaced my key card with one that works and settled my stuff in my room, I joined Trish and Tony for ...
... are low as we leave the embassy and walk towards our taxis for the massive journey back to Georgia, Emile is to be our driver, he's a little on the rotund side and his smile glints with gold teeth but he is kind and friendly and quick to smile. We nose our way through the gathering dusk and head out of Yerevan for the last time in our tenth taxi of the day. The road to the border is smooth for about 20 kms, then Emile has to weave between pot holes, ...
... sandwich (?) for breaky, we went in search of this mystical port and ticket office. We have no idea where we're supposed to get on these boats, when (if) they're going to arrive and how we're supposed to communicate when they do.
Some people wait for days at the actual port, in their cars and trucks, others visit twice a day, others can speak Russian or Azeri and get on the phone. We eventually found something resembling a ticket ...