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... I was passing as the steering went AWOL.
Charly was following me. He saw my frantic 'throat cutting' gesture as he flashed past and I veered over to the shoulder. Accelerating hard he caught up with K-H and they both pulled up half a kilometre ahead.
While I am up strapping the luggage to get at the repair kit they wait for a lull in the ...
... side getting splashed by the sea. It was used to defend against pirates. It is on the site of a fourth century Roman Castle and changed hands in the 1221, the 1300's and 1469. It has been repaired in the 15th, 16th and 18th centuries. We started out just checking it out from the seaside and ended up circumambulating the whole thing. Peeks in the window showed nothing interesting inside. It looked like a ...
... have wandered through some in "the bush" down a back road. No signs, no control, nothing. WE guessed they were at least 1000 years old but probably late Roman.
We are visiting mostly sites and attractions that the average tourist misses out on.
The food has got better – or maybe we are choosing better. It could get a bit monotonous for us fussy buggers – so much bread! We have bought heaps of ...
... weary of all the waving back at people, it was clear that we would not find a pension in any of the small villages and the city was too far away. Looking for our camping place we were apparently seen by the farmer, who came to look us up. Not to send us away but to show is how to make a campfire and to invite us for tea the next morning.
Happy we fell asleep in our cosy tent.
It's such a perfect day, I'm glad I spend it with her!
... started to see kunefe shops everywhere. And the pastanesi was packed with Turkish people enjoying huge plates of kunefe. We thought it must be all right if so many people in the store are eating it! So we were optimistic when the waiter brought us our plates with huge squares of kunefe on them.
As it turns out, kunefe is a dessert comprised of a thin layer of crispy shredded wheat, topped with a one-inch-thick layer of melted, ...
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