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We passed up the beaches in Turkey to discover more of Eastern Europe. Trains out of Istanbul were nonexistent as work on a high-speed train infrastructure is in progress. Given that our luggage would cost more to fly than our airplane seats, we decided to take the night bus. Much like travel in Argentina, the buses are clean, organized, serviced with full meals and wine, and provide a wonderful way to travel without dealing with airports; only we weren't anticipating the ...
... We got to the hostel quite late so we decided to wait for dinner and went out later. Unluckily we forgot to change the time zone on some of our devices so when came to the common room desperately asking for our plate of pasta, the guy told us (smiling) it had ended like 10 minutes ago (we thought it was 19.00 and in fact it was 20.00). Damn! Hence, we had to go to the supermarket and buy stuff. In the end we made a tasty tuna salad so it wasn´t such a bad thing what happened ...
kids all smiling,
sad w'ere going;
there's always next year.
... forty-six years. The country witnessed the arc of communist infallibility to failure and then embraced capitalism shortly before it began to founder across Europe. The bill for all these misplaced bets may not be paid for decades if it can ever be at all. Welcome to NATO and the EU. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy your plight. I take a cab up into the hills again for another rooftop dinner, this time at a place called Tavan ...
I'm feeling very uplifted despite being bored here in Sofia because I hadn't looked into the average temperatures of individual cities in Turkey, just at the nation as a whole; average temperature in November is 11 degrees celcius. Was feeling rather frustrated that I'd be seeing Istanbul whilst probably freezing, but the average temperature for all the Western Turkish cities in November is well above 15 degrees and only starts to dip when I get ...