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... This was followed by some comments about Azerbaijan and Armenia. He appeared unwilling to allow them to transit as they futilely tried to explain.
A nearby guard approached and took Mouse's passport. Worried, they followed him across the room to a small office. He entered and then immediately came back out and handed Mouse the passport; "No problem", he said with a smile. "You can go."
They concluded that the guard had made a show of ...
... Caspian Sea. The boat is called a ferry, but it is more freight ship which carries some passengers. It might be a new boat with all the mod cons... or it might be an old boat with maggots in the rooms, like last year got! The boat can take any where between 2-5 days because of the docking in Turkmenistan... it can take a couple of days to get a place to dock. It can also take a couple of days to find a passage. So it was always going to be a couple ...
... to switch cameras - good thing I had all three with me this morning because I had to replace my Nikon battery and the replacement didn't last long at all and then the next replacement didn't work at all. The Coolpix battery had to be replaced too but only after I returned to the room so I only had the Lumix left. I took a photo holiday for the evening walk and suffered photo withdrawal as I saw all the possibilities I was missing. Oh, well.
... s notice, we weren’t. Headless chickens have moved with more precision and speed than the Kazak Seven! "Where’s Alex!!!" Bec screamed. “He’s in the toilet!” Fiona yelled back. Frantic bag stuffing and dressing was eating into our time, we had to find the bank, pay for our visas then race across to the embassy and have them all processed, it would all work fine if we didn’t get held up in traffic. We bundled into taxis ...
Today's ambitious plan was to head to the (correct) port, get on a boat and depart this stinkhole. Unbelievably, it actually worked!
Step one was navigating out of Baku centre, which somehow went well... light traffic, good roads and minimal large 'hatted', crooked coppers. We got to the port and there was actually a boat! Significant moment considering we were expecting to be pitchin' the ...