- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that we’d gone over were monstrous and would not allow us to return. To top this off, there was a climb, a very steep climb, 2000 ft altitude soon turned into 4000ft and we were still going up and up.
The odd local vehicle flew past us....Ford Transit vans...with about 10 inches of clearance underneath them!! Tempers were beginning to fray, it really was a stressful time...going 2 miles an hour for 3 hours was not helping anybody!! Suddenly we had another ...
... It wasn't too sour though and actually went very well with the persimmons.
At 6:30 pm, we met in the lobby to go to dinner. Steve and Nancy and Gavin and Maire all opted out because they were feeling ill so that left only 7 of us for our farewell dinner - out of the Azerbaijan tour number of 12 and Caucasus group number of 20. We said goodbye to Steve - Nancy hadn't come down- and left for the restaurant. It was ...
... towns and was gladdened when the locals in response to my shouts of "Bakuuuu" kept waving their finger in the direction I was heading. However, it was unnerving driving on a road that was no more than a gravel path, when I thought it was meant to be a motorway and constantly worrying that I was going in the wrong direction.
Unfortunately, there was one very unnerving incident, which still unnerves me weeks later. At the peak of a hill, which had a magnificent view I ...
... didn't leave until 6 am and not before Helen had a very strange shower experience. Feeling grimy after 30 hours in a port we decided to have a wash in the toilets, this ended in Helen being hosed down by a middle aged over weight female toilet attendant sporting a floral dress and the requisite gold teeth. Wanting to avoid being scrubbed down I rejected her offer and retreated into a cubical half expecting to see her golden smile appear over the door at any moment.
... enough to half-heartedly do his job. Finally after having answered the obligatory question: "Have you been to Armenia?" for the last time, we boarded the ship.
We are pleased with our cabin: two bunk beds, a leaky sink and a window that opens.
Seven hours after schedule the ship left Baku with only two tourists abord. We woke the next day to sunshine, ocean and what felt like an almost empty ship to explore. We found out that we were likely to ...