Anemon Ordu Hotel
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... border is only ten miles distant so we headed off for our sixth international frontier crossing. Twenty minutes or so later, are you reading this Peter, we were back in Turkey and heading west along the Black Sea Coast.
A short while later we stopped for lunch and as quite often happens were accosted by a local chap who wanted to practice his English speaking prowess on us. Fair ...
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... we have seen in the area. I entered several bakeries and took an up-close look at the process. It looked like wood fire ovens produced these lovely loafs. In the last bakery, the baker summoned an English speaking guy who was sipping tea in the street with some friends. He was able to tell me that the huge round loaf is white, but he showed several other loafs that are whole wheat. It smelled ...
... little difficult walk from the car park to the monastery as the tree trunks "grips" on the footpath, broke up some pavements, some parts have stone laying and muddy. Walking on footpath, left side is plants, soils, trees etc and the other side is nowhere but steep cliff. In this trip, I walked right sided direction like the European traffic. So with this situation I was extremely frightening at this side, so when no-one walked on the right side, I had ...
... 360 view of black stormclouds unleashing their fury on what look like jungle coverned mountains... It's a surreal feeling-- Look to the mountains and you feel like your in the jungle mountains of Venezuela... look down and you see a typical Turkish city... look north and you see the endless Black Sea... I soak in the experience for a bit--along with a couple of other locals and Middle Eastern tourists, then decide I'd better head down the hill before the storm catches up ...