Sultan Inn Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Fountain Park just watching people go by and thanking my lucky stars for being in such an unusual place.
The afternoon was simply a game of patience. It seems that no one really knows what the situation is. Ferries and borders often stifle movement. In this case, our journey will hopefully take us over the Caspian Sea into Turkmenistan. As these things take on a life of their own, I decided to employ a great deal of ...
Today was a free day for us in Baku. Yesterday Trish and Tony stopped by my hotel door and we planned for me to tag along with them today so we met at breakfast and then went from there. First we walked to the Taza Bazaar not far from our hotel up the hill and to the left. Nick had not thought much of it but Lowell recommended it and since Trish and I both like produce, we decided to try it. There are a lot of housewares ...
... to give chase. Fortunately, they continued for long enough down the road, that I was able to take a picture. In hindsight I hadn’t really thought about the consequence of them catching up with me! And through out the day there were huge numbers of cattle, goats and sheep all over the road, which led to some fun dodging them and the passing traffic.
I finally arrived at the border, 150kms later, full of intrepidation. I had been told the border crossing can ...
... buy and bribe our way on (with A still in his running kit). From the upper deck we yelled to S, who didn't have a Kazakh visa, that we would meet him in Bukhara in three days.No one watching us celebrate leaving Baku would have guessed that we were on our way to Actau, a bizarre Soviet city in the middle of nowhere that was built for the sole purpose of mining uranium. Thankfully the crossing only took one day and, with just fifteen people on board, was mercifully ...
... But don't think that a village lady can't dress: women coming back from the nearest town can be seen teetering on muddy mountain paths crossing swing bridges in high heels their jewelery matching their numerous gold teeth.
Back in Baku we were hosted by a lovely Polish couple who introduced us to their expad friends. On a night out we sample the delicious Azeri food and learned about working conditions in a corrupt system