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... seems to be the case here!
We eventually get to the station in plenty of time.
The train had bunks again, but was a real bone rattler! We rattled and grumbled our way for hours until I finally fell asleep, only to be woken by David before 5.00am saying we had to get up, get dressed and change trains. A false alarm again - one and a half hours later we pulled into the station!!
... had lived in Germany for 14 years. We walked back to Dream Catcher and drove off in search of a restored Monumental Tomb, Mezar Aniti, we find it easily as it is visible from the road, we decide to see if there is a camping spot close to it, we will then explore it in the morning . We drive up the track and passed the monument, just behind it is a fairly flat meadow. We set up camp and settle in, it's dark by ...
Eskişehir is a city between Ankara and Istanbul. It was one
of the places that I wanted to go while I was in Ankara as you can get there
with the fast train and go just for a day. I made Zeki come with me as he’d
never been there before or ever been on the fast train. With the fast train it
only took an hour and a half to get there and we arrived at lunch time. We had
to get a bus from the train station to the ...
... 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, ...
Eskisehir is just a small dot on the map, somewhere in between the Sea of Marama in the west, and Ankara to the east. I had no reason to come here, except that in its brief mention, Lonely Planet described it as "the most liveable city in Turkey". Having closely followed Len Brown's attempts to bestow a similar title on Auckland, I had to check Eskisehir out. And I'm really glad I did.
I only spent 24 hours here, but the energy and enthusiasm of the place ...