Hatice Hanim Konagi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... doesn't have anyone to continue his craft. On a shelf there are pictures of his forefathers, all cobblers.
We take Logan back to Dream Catcher and we go to a cafe for coffee. In the bazaar we had seen some small diameter rolling pins, we could do with one, catering rolls biscuits etc. with a bottle, it only costs 2TL. We also bought some
local helva, before we left we called at the tourist office to ask about the Yenice Forest. ...
... the shop keepers are starting to close as it is now nearly dark. One man insists that we sign his autograph book for him, he kisses me on the cheek and gave us a small wooden carved house, he wants us to buy a souvenir but we say no, perhaps tomorrow. We find a cafe and order keypads and some chips. The chips are home made, just like the ones my Grandmother used to make for us.
We returned to the hotel, and whilst I found ...
... 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 ...
... balls of the feet, especially when climbing or sustaining high speeds on the flats. It is exacerbated by hot or cold conditions, like this morning. At other times I can usually manage the symptoms while on the bike. By lunch at 77 km, I was tired but otherwise in good form after a morning of hills through some scenic farm country and woodlands. Our lunch spot was in fact an idle (because it is Sunday) log sorting yard. I felt at ...