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... as I made my way into Baku by marshrutka, and finally into the centre via taxi.
It started with the urban sprawl of the suburbs, then the mild chaos of the bus station located on the outskirts of the city proper, through some brutal traffic congestion, and finally to the old town. First impressions - even on the outskirts, Baku is definitely a lot more developed than its capital city counterparts in ...
... that was taken at the Genercide museum. They must have been hoping that if they delete the photos from our cameras, we too might then think that it actually never happened. . We couldn’t have left the border control any faster than we did, and just when we thought the stress was over two friends realised they didn’t happen to get their passport stamped so they had to go back in and face it all again. Finally into Arzjerban we made our way to a ...
... has some kind of corny looking mannequins that are supposed to be Hindu holy men. In the center is the covered altar with a little flame burning in the center...
...Anyways... more of a symbolic place, more than anything.
I'm going to try to walk back to downtown, for a thorough hike across Baku from the fire temple to the heart of the modern city... would be significant I suppose. But As I trudge along the sun scorched road I start to wonder if this ...
... as it doesn’t involve Azerbaijan. The next morning, I went to the Turkmenistan Embassy and they were closed and would not open for 3 more days on August 10. I asked the authorities in Azerbaijan the penalty for overstaying my visa and they said it was 400 euros. This is ridiculous. 400 euros for one day. I was not happy. I looked into a flight that same morning to
Ashgabat, which is the capital of Turkmenistan and it was 400 ...
... fixed it twice, and although nothing major has gone wrong, sometimes I am amazed to wake up with a roof still over my head.
Today, we have come to Baku. The capital of Azerbaijan, Baku is clearly much more moneyed than the rest of the country, and is filled with designer shops and half-built Hiltons and Marriotts. Apparently some of this rejuvenation is due to the Eurovision song contest, which will be held here next year.