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It must have got very cold during the night as we had both woken at some time feeling chilly. When the alarm rang it was only 5 degrees in side, we put the heater on and waited for Dream Catcher to warm up. When we opened the door to let Logan out there was a keen frost, everywhere looked beautiful, the sunlight shining through the yellow and orange trees, the grass bright green where the frost had melted and everything else glistening ...
Bolu is a city located in the Western Black Sea region of Turkey. It is famous for its cooking tradition that prevails since the ottoman Empire when the master chefs of the Ottoman palaca were entirely selected from cooking artisans of Bolu; more correctly to say: of Mengen which is a province of Bolu. Although the past of the city extends to ...
... of the day. Go figure as they say.
Regrettably tonight saw my first "food fail" of the trip so far. We went to a nice enough restaurant only to find that they only serve ishkender kebabs.
From Wiki; It is a kind of doner kebab prepared from thinly cut grilled lamb basted with hot tomato sauce over pieces of pita bread and generously slathered with melted sheep butter and yoghurt. Tomato sauce and boiling ...
... as I could down the hill. Chris was sitting at the bridge waiting for me (looking most relaxed)! I could have throttled him!!
I was upset for the rest of the ride as this unnecessary hiccup had set us back close to an hour (it was nearly 1200 and getting quite warm). Back we went up the hill and off-road at the turn off to the dam. The rest of the ride was mostly off-road and quite tiring; there was also nowhere to stop for refreshments (but ...
... been used to. So we only purchased 1.
Near our destination we stopped at an amazing gorge named “Ihlara gorge”. See the photos. It looked so unspoilt - maybe not a common tourist destination. During our ride, we will be visiting again.
“This hotel in Selime is run by men” - quote Debbie. What she means is that they are barely domestically competent. There was no hot water and Debbie had a tepid shower at 1800. we ...