Last week I was so fortunate to have a friend of mine from Raleigh, Char, stop by for a few days to visit me. And when I say a few days I literally mean 2 days. She was helping some friends move to Turkey and decided to stop by and see me. I am so glad she did and I had an absolutely amazing time with her. We spent the time in Baku doing some sight-seeing with my Embassy family (the family I stay with when I am in Baku who works at the US Embassy; I have adopted them, hence the possessive pronoun). It was hard to see her leave, but I loved every minute of her being here.
I have attached a few pictures from our time with descriptive captions.
Me and Char at Qobustan (a historic site with rock engravings dating back between 5,000 - 10,000 years)
Us in the House
Us at the "Burning Mountain" (a hillside where the ground is naturally on fire, constantly, from natural gas)
Me at Burning Mountain
Me climbing through a rock at Qubostan that is believed if you go through it (like in the picture) and make a wish it will come true