I’m beside myself this week at what has happened with the Armenia/Azerbaijan/Hungary fiasco. For those of you who haven’t been following it, let me give
Of all the phobias I’ve come across (not to mention the choice few I have cultivated myself), statue phobia has to rank up there as
Baku at night is a city bathed in light. No matter than many residents have their electricity cut off at some stage during the day
…is our success. So reads the front page of the menu of what has quickly become a favourite restaurant for me in Baku – L’aparté.
Saturday night in Baku. Very cold, too cold for snow but a definite hint of rain in the air. We’re going to see Yanar dağ,
Shopping, like most things I’ve found in Baku, comes in two extremes: very cheap or very expensive; Turkish tat (a change, albeit not a marked
A couple of months ago, I thought Azerbaijan was a country on the other side of Serbia. Geography was never one of my strong subjects.
I am awake when I wake up. My usual sleepy headedness is noticeably absent. I check my watch – 9 am. I’d slept in later
The flight from the Ukraine to Azerbaijan was about half full. The first transit bus had disgorged its passengers and we had taken seat, expecting