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Well, we have changed our minds so many times about which way to go to India we are dizzy. Initially we were going through Iran and Pakistan. That is now totally out of the question, we cannot get a visa for Iran anymore, not if you are British, Canadian or American !!! Also the Iran Pakistan border is now too dangerous So, we decided we would fly …
... Turkish train departed but which seemed to leave almost on time. But Kayseri which we were scheduled to reach at 2am Saturday wasn't reached until 4. Lots of people got off there, including two of my compartment companions. I didn't see them all get off but in the morning the train was very empty. Don't know why, though maybe it had something to do with being the first major city we passed through so a good place for the traders.
And we finally pulled into Ankara ...
... recently been combined. The bus, surprisingly, has Wi-Fi so pass the journey listening to yesterday's Anneka Rice Radio 2 show (she's still got it) on the iplayer Radio app on my phone. This technology never ceases to amaze me.
Arrive Eskishir in just under 2hrs, a lot sooner than expected. It's actually been quite a pleasant journey notwithstanding the lack of leg room. The seatback TV screens have a channel that show the driver's view through the windscreen.
Before I start, I must warn you that this particular blog post is full of complaints and a rather unhappy Kathy. I must state though, that after having slept, its all OK again.
I said goodbye to Dan, my lovely boyfriend, at Temple Meads station at 8am on Sunday 30th June. This upset me as it was, to leave him for such a long time was always going to be difficult.
I must note, that I had to move my life into storage the day before, and barely slept because of ...
... Chi Minh's mausoleum with its enforced solemnity.
Afterwards, we head out to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. It's surrounded by a lovely garden-in-progress recently stoked with manure. I'm rather surprised by how small the museum actually is. It's housed primarily in what once was the Mahmut Paşa bazaar storage building and Kurşunlu Han or Inn. The buildings date to the 15th Century during the Ottoman era.They have been nicely restored to ...