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Travel Blogs from Samsun
... Cap was no longer there. I have a special, with which you can also unscrew the valve.
9th - When changing the tire uses no backing. This scratched the disc on the ground and can be damaged.
10th - Pumped up with too little air pressure.
Does anyone know what else can go wrong? Conclusion: old tubes and old tires remounted 4 hours loss.
Am Morgen ganz alleine auf ...
... we crossed before). Locals told us that the East was Turkey’s less developed part, but still we saw constructions everywhere, people dressed modernly, nice cars, shopping malls… We were also impressed by how Turkish were proud of the flag (we could see one flags every 20 seconds during the bus ride), their country, and Kemal Ataturk, who founded the Republic of Turkey in 1922 (I don’t remember seeing ...
Leaving for Samsun.
Stopped by at a town called Ordu. To catch cable car up to the mountain. For cay (Turkish tea) time at the top of the mountain. But the gondola was closed for maintenance. Bus had to drive up there instead. There were absolutely stunning view of the town and the coast.
After tea, we left to go driving along the coast. It was fairly bit of drive, I think 5 hours by the coast. Stopped for a break at Jason's church. Jason's church was built by Rums in ...
... car and flagged down a taxi to take us to the airport.
I have checked my credit card statement to see if we are being charged for a missing car but there is nothing yet, not even the main charge for the car. Who knows, maybe the car
is still waiting there, gathering dust, with the keys in the glove compartment.
As we enjoyed the short flight back to Instanbul, we ...
... Rough Guide but found it nearly useless. For example, one time, we wanted to query our high restaurant bill but after consulting the book and unable to put together the required words for simple phrases, we just left quietly. It became quite comical. The Turks around the Black Sea are probably wondering, "Why do these foreigners appear agitated, then consult a tiny book, flip through it furiously for 10 ...