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Talk:Azerbaijan in 5 Days

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  • Delete Can someone else just confirm that these articles are just to make you do a tour of specific cafes/restaurants, and aren't really itineraries at all? --inas 19:13, 9 December 2010 (EST)
  • Keep. Created by a reasonably well-established Wikitraveller, who has done plenty of good work in good faith on articles around the globe, and it's beyond the outline threshold. --Peter Talk 09:42, 12 December 2010 (EST)
Okay. --inas 17:19, 12 December 2010 (EST)
  • Keep - I do find it odd that your first meal in Azerbaijan is actually Lebanese and that the first two nights' dinners are at the same place (Also wonder why you automatically get sent to Georgia at the end of your trip), but there seems enough to sketch out each day and be potentially useful. Texugo 22:18, 12 December 2010 (EST)
  • Keep also. Texugo, Georgia might actually be a good place to send a traveler to end a stay in Azerbaijan. If I read this correctly, there are over 70 countries, whose citizens do not need a visa to enter or stay in Georgia for up to a year. According to our Caucasus#Border_Crossing article, the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia are closed for obvious reasons and I imagine it would be difficult and dangerous for travelers to head into Iran (Tehran has, after all, arrested Americans hikers in Iraq for "entering" Iran illegally and being spies). But, I refer this to others with more experience than I in the Caucasus. Peter, do you have any insight? -- Sapphire(Talk) • 15:58, 13 December 2010 (EST)
Not saying that it isn't a logical choice to continue on by land, just thought it was weird that it was presented as an obvious only choice. The article doesn't tell you where to enter Azerbaijan from. Why should it deal with where you go afterwards? Texugo 22:03, 14 December 2010 (EST)

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