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... Edirne city's own very special raw kebabs are pan. Karaagac very nice wooded path between Edirne and elm with a classic Turkish village where houses are two-storey bay windows. Edirne restored caravanserai went and this place is huge after work serves as a boutique hotel, They served us tea and coffee here. The city of Edirne made with classic Ottoman architecture mosque and many houses are mansions.
... of the hair raising, sphincter puckering moments of the day before. We made it to Bucharest in good time and jumped on the ring road, which is where it went tits up. Courtesy of some Bucharestonian (that's not a word) roadworks, we were stationary for a good hour in 35 degree heat and dust. The Who Am I game got a workout and I think I even saw Caddyshack on the laptop at one point.
Out the other side it wasn't far to ...
... and pitta bread. Couldn’t have asked for a more perfect lunch.
In fact it was a pretty easy paced day, the hills rolled gently, the roads were quiet and the weather gorgeous. Turkey though represented a significant change in surroundings. It was the border crossing where we were not made to feel overly welcome (and incidently it was the first country we had to pay to enter). Fortunately we ...
... going to “booth 94”, which of course was at the far end of the booths… nowhere near booth 92.
So, we locked up the van and sauntered over to booth 94. There was a line-up of 3 or 4 truckers (on foot) ahead of us there, so we waited, and waited and waited. Each trucker took 10 to 15 minutes, and the agent would occasionally walk away from the booth for a lengthy chat with some other agents… it was well over 30 minutes by the time we got to ...
... outside to experience our first taste of Istanbul driving - our car was driven up to us, dropped off triple-parked in an incredibly busy airport arrivals lane, and we hopped in, fervently hoping that the passing cars wouldn't knock the doors off or worse! And then, how to merge? This was Simon's first time driving on the right side of the road and his first time driving a diesel (they apparently handle differently to petrol cars) so it was something of a quandary ...
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