Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Baku
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Unye, Turkey to Turkmenistan
Unye proved to be nice and quiet for a good sleep, so we were up at 7am, grabbed a coffee from a nearby shop...and the local doctor carried our coffees over to the car as he wanted to practice his English...random!!
We took off down the road towards the Georgian border at breakneck speed...it was like playing Super Mario cart, weaving in and out of the traffic. Definitely driving like locals now I tell ya !!
The Turkey-Georgian ...
... the cold at bay. It was cold and windy with either rain or a sandstorm in the night. By morning all was calm. Driving into Baku from the south there is development spread out along the lake shore, block of flats, Dubai style development reach out onto the water and large private homes. Once in Baku the cliffs overlooking the lake are crammed to housing development. Quick stop to look ay the mosque and the second ...
... ever had - 6 monats or approximately 6 euros. But it was interesting to hang out at a local place.
Then we headed back toward the hotel with the intention of eating. By the time we had walked so much - or so it seemed - we began to feel hungrier. On the way, we saw a few places - the first Tony rejected and the second, he suggested we go in. It turned out to be a Georgian restaurant (Gruzya) with a Georgian waitress who talked us ...
... from the girls in the back.
The sky grows dark and the roads more twisty and rougher as we get closer to the border. The hours tick by very slowly and it's almost midnight as we stop for gas just shy of the Georgian border.
Armenia has been great, wonderfully kind people, amazing food, great history and stunning Monastaries, I'm sad to leave and would love to return in the future.
The crossing is smooth as we're in two small groups driven ...
We had a look at the calender again this morning, thinking about our options. The ol' Turkmenistan letter of invitation still hasn't come through, so considering what days the embassy is open in Baku and how long getting the actual visa will take, unforunately think we'll have to scrap it. The downside to that, aside from not going to Turkmenistan, is getting the boat to Aktau. Apparently it's even ...