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... from ideal, but it is cooler than it has been and there was a restaurant with great views. It seems to have served as as the base camp to climb Mount Ararat. The facilities were basic but it is home for 2 nights, and the first place I became very sick at about 7pm and spent the night sleeping outside the toilets! Jane: Shortly after arriving at the campsite I had to go into Dogubeyazit with the girls to get ...
... were interesting. Then she wished us luck for our journey and suggested few places where we could have our dinner!
There have been numerous encounters like these ones here. In one of the hotels we stayed, the receptionist didn't speak English. She used Google Translation to answer all the queries we had! The bar tender in spite of our language barrier made sure that we had one of the best evening in Turkey. The sheep herders we met in the mountains were happy to catch a ...
... is still very much alive, much of the violence has subdued, allowing visitors to safely travel through the eastern part of Turkey.
We witnessed our first Kurdish communities on the drive south of Kars, noticing very little different outward appearance in the villages or amongst its people versus Turks: Kurdish settlements were traditional and conservative Muslim mostly farming-based villages with the requisite mosque and ...
... one locker opened and that was it, no looking at books, magazines, bit of an ante climax really,
We all traipsed in to have our passports stamped and then a couple of hours letting border control do whatever they do just to keep people hanging about for a couple of hours
We went off to get money changed, I changed over 90 Euros and I am now a millionaire, (I have 1.71 million Iranian Rials)
The shout went up, our passports ...
... showed up, didn’t have a clue what they were talking about, but they did show a lot of interest in the bus and tents, so we had to keep a close eye on both, they may have been innocent, but why chance it, so things were pretty much locked down
There was a hot water spring not far from us, but as usual we never had time to go look at it, it’s used by the locals quite a bit, so we were told
During the night the heavens opened up, ...
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- Free parking