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... It took about an hour to drive down the mountain in the rain and mist. Once we were out of Bursa we had a good run, arriving in time for a late lunch, We followed the road described in our guidebook, we know we are looking for rocks that have been carved. At a brown tourist sign we followed a track up the hillside, Les was loving the off roading climbing large boulders buried in the ground and splashing ...
... carved out of meerschaum but the
carvings were so intricate it was crazy.
After we had seen everything worth seeing in the old town, we
walked down to the archaeological museum, which oddly had a hat exhibition that
day! After that we walked back to the old town to a restaurant that we had seen
earlier. Everyone in the restaurant was eating the same thing, which we guessed
was their speciality and it smelt ...
... the modern west of the country. Woohoo!
After that, I would be picked up by Irhan and his twelve-year-old
-----I showed Deniz a picture of my dog, Tucker the Corgi. She
happily called him cute, but said her dog was even "daha tatli"
(sweeter). Sweeter than Tucker!? We had an argument.
-----But, I got to meet her dog, because Irhan invited me to sleep
in his home/hotel overlooking the Aegean Sea. Even in big cities and
touristy places, ...
... It's a student town, yet it feels refined and mature. At 600,000 people, it's quite big, but feels much smaller. The streets are lined with big leafy trees, and a river winds through the downtown, where wide boulevards are filled with well-dressed young people. A tram system makes it easy to get about. Live music belts out from the bars after dark. There are very few headscarves to be seen, but lots of designer denim, high heels and radical haircuts. The local ...
... as I greatly enjoyed this type of travelling where so much beauty could be seen from the comfort of my seat. Michel couldn’t care less….he was sleeping on his reclined seat right next to me. As a matter of fact…..so was Daghan, our guide.
Two and a half hours later, a twenty minute stop was made which allowed us to stretch and use the restrooms. Well……different restrooms ...