10 Day Travel Photo Challenge – Day 6

Welcome to Day 6 of this 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge! My Dusty Flip-Flops has nominated me for this challenge, thank you my friend! My Dusty Flip-Flops and I have been following each other’s blog adventures here on WordPress since 2017. It’s always nice to reconnect!  The 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge: post one photo for 10 days with no explanation…

10 Day Travel Photo Challenge – Day 5

Welcome to Day 5 of this 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge! My Dusty Flip-Flops has nominated me for this challenge, thank you my friend! My Dusty Flip-Flops and I have been following each other’s blog adventures here on WordPress since 2017. It’s always nice to reconnect!  The 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge: post one photo for 10 days with no…

10 Day Travel Photo Challenge – Day 3

Welcome to Day 3 of this 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge! My Dusty Flip-Flops has nominated me for this challenge, thank you my friend! My Dusty Flip-Flops and I have been following each other’s blog adventures here on WordPress since 2017. It’s always nice to reconnect!  The 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge: post one photo for 10 days with no explanation…

Baku, Azerbaijan – Heydar Aliyev International Airport

This is a beautiful airport! Terminal one – for international flights – is sleek and modern. The interior has a natural feel with wood trim, greenery and many windows: Add to this the cocoon shops, cafes and bars! Panoramic view from the second floor restaurant where we enjoyed breakfast! Breakfast of soft and hard cheeses,…

Baku, Azerbaijan – Old City – Mehelle Restaurant – Traditional Azerbaijan Food

After our visit to the Maiden Tower, we walked a short distance to Mehelle Restaurant for lunch! Our server was a reserved, yet sweet, young Azerbaijani man who struggled explaining the menu items to us with his limited English. I kept our bill from this lunch to use as a reference for identifying the names…

Baku, Azerbaijan – Inquisition Medieval Instruments of Torture

The temporary exhibit of Inquisition Medieval Interments of Torture hosted by the Palace of the Shirvanshah was as captivating as it was repulsive. Michael insisted the torture devices were not replicas – but the real deal. It was not enjoyable thinking that people died agonizing deaths in these devices. If these were original, medieval gruesome torture…