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Friday’s Featured Food: Pizza and Beers on a Night Out in Stepanakert, Nagorno Karabakh

I couldn’t decide whether this was a Thirsty Thursdays or a Friday’s Featured Food but I ate quite a bit and so I’ve gone with food. You might also be thinking “what is so special about pizza and beer?” And you’d be right – essentially nothing. Pizza and Beer are what I love – there Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Pizza and Beers on a Night Out in Stepanakert, Nagorno Karabakh[…]

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Backpacking in Stepanakert, Nagorno Karabakh: Top 13 Things to See and Do

The tiny republic of Nagorno Karabakh is easily one of the oddest places I have ever been. It completely feels like a separate country here. It should be and while I’ll certainly class it as a country on my own terms having seen the place with my eyes, I won’t count it in my quest Read more about Backpacking in Stepanakert, Nagorno Karabakh: Top 13 Things to See and Do[…]

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Crazy Mini-Bus/ Marshrutky from Stepanakert to Vank, Nagorno Karabakh

OK so down the years, I’ve been on some crazy types of transport on my travels and some absolutely manic journeys: – Turbo Jet in New Zealand (world’s fastest speedboat) – Cruise Ship to Antarctica – Mini-bus to Harar, Ethiopia (broke down, killed a cow, got stopped by police, windscreen smashed, stopped off for 4 Read more about Crazy Mini-Bus/ Marshrutky from Stepanakert to Vank, Nagorno Karabakh[…]

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How to Get a Nagorno Karabakh Visa in Stepanakert

I write this blog post live from the Republic of Nagorno Karabakh. Nagorno Karabakh is a country which is basically recognised by no-one but itself, and Armenia. As far as backpacking goes, you will need to get a visa to visit Nagorno Karabakh. It is classed separately to Armenia, and the country itself sits on Read more about How to Get a Nagorno Karabakh Visa in Stepanakert[…]

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