The Boutique Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... us a few hints with regards the cops in Azerbaijan, namely...don’t pay them any bribes ! There was a very interesting old fella in the queue also, who was telling us all about his time in the Afghan war and how he fought for the Russians...he even had some papers on him commending him for his outstanding achievements on the battlefield, he really was a happy go lucky chap.
Again, the border control process meant that we weren’t on the road to Baku until late ...
... took a video with his camera and then, when I complained my photos weren't that good, he took a video on my Lumix for me. It was too late to go to the city center to see the building up close so we said our goodbyes and I promised to send him some photos from the day his battery died.
Now it is 10:30 pm and I thought I would be done blogging and uploading now but I still have my photos to upload and need to get up at 5 am.
... more shocks and I have since spoken to BMW. Unfortunately, they have never heard of anything like it before. I can only think that it was a freak incident or that one of my electric wires didn’t enjoy the constant gravel jolting it had over 200kms.... I am hoping it is the former because I don’t want to be in Kyrygzstan or China and to find I am shocked again!
Outside of the general gravel misery, lack of direction and electric shock therapy, there were a couple ...
... at 11. Wait, wait.
Probably at this point i should describe the new port, hardly a shinning example of Azerbaijan's new place on the world map....it falls well short of the image the government is trying to sell. Virtually no better then the old port, after making your way down the potholed dirt track lined by lorries waiting to enter, as mentioned earlier you eventually reach a large steel gate which other then being surrounded by trash ...
... who had set up in the bar next door cheered ever louder! One of the bars set itself up as the official England Supporters Bar, having flags and banners outside. Needless to say within hours of the defeat, there wasn’t a trace left!
Whilst in Tbilisi we took a day trip to Gori - about 2hrs drive away from the city. As I found out, Gori is where one Josef Stalin was born and spent his childhood and youth. In contrast to the remainder of Georgia that prefers to ...