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... After we got back to town, I pulled out my wallet and paid him based on the taximeter. But he insisted that the taximeter was too expensive and handed me back 30% of the money that I gave him - and then he bought me lunch! Most Turks are so incredibly honest and generous; it always surprises and humbles me to think how much emphasis other cultures tend to put on hospitality, which is something I think we tend to lose sight of ...
We slept well in our real bed, even though it was a little on the hard side. Les checked on Logan and gave him a walk.I checked the weather forecast -2 outside! , We enjoyed a large breakfast of toast, tomato, cucumber, cheeses and sausage, washed down with coffee. The chap looking after us and the hotel, had some walnuts from his tree, he had roasted them and shelled them for us to try.
We walked around the village to take some photos, ...
... the afternoon we booked a hotel on line, many of the houses at Safranbolu have been converted into hotels. The rates are really reasonable and we are looking forward to staying in a historic building.
When we arrived we struggled to get onto the street where the hotel is, a lot of cars kept making us reverse out of the parked up cobbled square. Eventually we stood our ground and forced our way onto the narrow lane, as we ...
... streets looking at stuff on display and finally sat down for light refreshments. I say aimlessly because had it been past noon, we probably would have had a goal in mind - i.e. a place to have a beer, a rare find in this part of the world. Then back to the hotel for a nap before mid-afternoon lunch, another nap and odd jobs like living and cleaning my bike, and re packing for the last four day stretch. Supper in the hotel was as good as last ...
... Our guest house was TL 100/night.
Mustafapasa-Urgüp dolmus TL 4.
Bus Urgüp-Ankara-Safranbolu TL 80+60. As usual all prices are for two people. Upon arrival we were given a free shuttle up to Kirankoy.
Dolmus within Safranbolu TL 3, with considerable change in elevation, Kirankoy above Çarsi.
Bus Safranbolu-Istanbul TL 90. Upon request we were dropped at the ferry.
Ferry at Istanbul TL ...