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... at me. I definitely have to act first.
Spent time on Abas Emin, local to the core. At Zeleznicka, I turned right and then proceeded left on Klenoec St when I saw a sign for St Troica Church. I was not able to ascertain if this was for a particular saint [the person to the right of Christ, looking at the iconostasis] or the Holy Trinity.
I continued, not at all sure where I was going but the only saving grace is there was only one road. Came across some nicer ...
... they were (otherwise I would have taken a picture). But their circumference was as big as my hand – base of palm to fingertip. That’s an awful lot of tomato to throw at someone. I tried some of this tomato that had been turned into a paste ready for bruschetta. The paste was nothing but tomato (I had been assured) but tasted just like Mum’s tomato chutney. I could have sworn there was brown sugar and onion ...
... hello and offered my a beer. His name was Jessie and he was from Brisbane Australia. He was living in London now. He came to Istanbul to try and start up a sweatshirt company with some local business men. We drank the beer and chatted and also some other guys joined us. One guy from Iran who was now living in LA, one guy from Lebanon that was studying dentistry in Cairo and was here for a dentist convention, and one guy from Germany who was studying for 10 months in Istanbul. We ...
... bathroom with hot water, a nozzle that attached to the wall and a bed that didn't feel more like a park bench after the first hour (all things I'm more than happy to put up with when not doubled over with cramps and nausea). We booked into the Hotel Millennium Palace which included all of the above. It cost more than half our daily budget which didn't matter all that much since I spent the next 18 hours in bed (i.e. not spending any money). Bless the Millennium. ...
The motorway from Alexandroupoli to Thessalonika is boring to begin though it has the merit of letting me open the bike up. At Kavala it becomes a glorious fast curving ride into the hills and a descent into a long, wide valley. Cloud covered hills follow me all the way to Thessalonika. I turn west to Edessa and it is grinding progress on a slow busy road. Beyond Edessa the road climbs into the hills. I am leaving myself ...