Sultan Inn Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... above what I would typically spend!
Prices in Baku's centre are on par with anything you would find in Western Europe, for anything from drinks to fashion to food - it's shockingly expensive, especially when you consider that the average monthly salary in Azerbaijan is something like $600 CAD. Though salaries in Baku are surely higher, it certainly puts things into perspective when you consider that the ...
... which we had been warned about as being one of the tougher border crossings to come –The Georgians had put up a sign just before you leave Georgia saying “Now entering Azerbaijan…… Good Luck”, which you can imagine did not fill us with confidence. . We walked into passport control single file and individually handed in our passports. I don’t know how I made it to the front of the line but for some reason I was the very ...
... just sitting ther idle. It feels like the perfect backdrop for a post-apocalyptic movie, showing what happens when industrialization gets out of hand and completely destroys the environment... a surreal scene...
Here I'm reminded that Baku is actually where it all began. The very first mechanically drilled oil well was drilled here 150 years ago. Right here within the city limits of Baku at one time 1/5th of the world's oil was produced. Baku was the coveted ...
... Olympics were going on in London, so
there were no wrestlers here. Baku was literally completely torn apart when I was here. It is going to transform itself into a Dubai type city. This whole city will be completely different in 5 years. Right now, 90% of the sidewalks were under construction and there are several skyscrapers under construction also. The part of the city that is completed like fountain square or the sidewalk along
the water ...
... shouted at him to go away, at which point he unzipped my tent and grabbed me. When I shouted again, he backed off and disappeared. Needless to say, I was quite shaken, but didn't want to get out the tent in case I had to deal with them. They were hanging around our campsite for TWO HOURS. I later found out that most people had locked themselves onto the truck, which was probably a wise idea.
Anyway. Then we headed to Sheki and stayed in the ...