Green Park Resort Kartepe
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... limits, we somehow made it to the bus terminal only 30 minutes late. And by somehow, I mean the generous breach of traffic norms in which our driver engaged.
And, finally, yesterday I ferried once again across the Sea of Marmara to Yalova, from where I took a minibus to the small town of Iznik. Iznik is ancient Nikaia (Nicaea), and those of you well-versed in early church history will recognize it as the location for the Councils of Nicaea and, consequently, ...
... before another wet spell. We rode a bit inland but parallel to the sea before moving further inland and ever upward. The hills were short, one km plus or minus each, but steep, and never ending or so it seemed. At 121 km we arrived at a field beside what was supposed to be s restaurant but is only sells tea. But the spot was lovely. Grassy, dry, and treed in the area of the camp kitchen. A warm dry breeze was blowing and the sun was shining. What a treat! ...
... Centre. Then found a restaurant that served the local fish (yayin or catfish) for lunch as it is Liz's birthday today. The fish was very mild and very good. As it was raining so hard we headed back to the hotel for a quiet afternoon and ...
Continuing on with my journey, the landscape was what I devoured without a break as I remained glued to my window seat watching nature go by while constantly snapping pictures. What I saw was beautiful valleys and hills as well as occasionally, goats and cows eating the grass while men worked in the fields Here and there, snow still covered the ground which reminded ...
... Simon climbing around a bit on the walls, we went back into the city for a tavuk doner lunch and some shopping at the Tile and Ceramics place. I bought some lovely ceramic pendants, intending to make necklaces for them when I got back from the trip, and Simon got a beautiful framed tile depicting a sailboat for himself, and a set of framed tiles for his sister Jane to hang on her wall.
By this time it was 2 pm and we were ready to start heading back ...