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Wednesday July 16 2014
*The call to dawn prayers penetrates even the ear plugs. There are 25 mosques in the vicinity so it is hardly surprising that we hear the chants of at least one Imam. We will have to get used to it because we will be travelling through the Muslim world for several weeks. But for now, the chanting seems to …
Tuesday July 15 2014
*The Landcruiser was not easy to park in Istanbul. In fact AG did not park it, but rather left it to the expert – see the photo & you will understand…
*But it is not easy to retrieve either – we have to wait for access to the other cars that are blocking the truck. Whilst we …
It's cold here! And the hotel owner tells us it might snow tomorrow! Luckily when we arrived the sun was shining and we were able to spend the afternoon wandering the cobblestoned streets of this very old heritage-listed town. That was after a tasty lunch of dolmates and kebbe. The Turkish delight comes in assorted flavours, ...
... bit in America. And it didn't matter that my Turkish is very limited and he didn't speak any English, he still sat with me and talked with me for a little bit before my bus was scheduled to leave. Truly amazing.
My second excursion, on Wednesday, was a little less wild, but I did have a nice day out in the city of Bolu, which has a small museum that I was interested in seeing. There were a lot of interesting ...
... very picturesque. We walked around the little lanes, the old cobblers and cordwainers workshops no longer priducing wares, are all selling souvenirs,food or sweet shops. There is only one cobbler left in Safranbolu, as I come from a long line if cobblers we went into his workshop to see him. He called his friend from outside who could speak a little English, we explained that cobblers had been in my family for generations. It's sad that ...