Kadioglu Sehzade Konagi
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... Thought we were staying in a house, but because our group was so big, some of us ended up in a Carvanserai that has been converted. Very unique, can't believe we were staying in a place that the Silk Road merchants stayed at, luckily we were up top, not where the animals used to stay! Beautiful and fun town with lots of little shops with Turkish delight and so many other goods and ...
... UK anyway so feel the charges very reasonable considering we pay no tax in Turkey towards their health system – whatever it is. The treatment means 3 injections daily for 4 days. So whilst we continue our route eastwards we must find a hospital every 8 hours for an antibiotic top up for AG. This is not ideal but it could be worse - we could be in Iran having to do this.
*Plans have to change. ...
... cooking facilities in the Landcruiser. What could be better than a cup of nice strong coffee & some Turkish Delight.
We note that as in the UK, the garage shop sells all sorts of useless (s)**** and interestingly a large selection of worry beads. Perhaps to alleviate road rage? SG buys a turquoise coloured strand for the truck.
*We arrive in Safranbolu mid afternoon.We’ve missed lunch. It happens!
*Safranbolu was ...
... the darling Kašak Camıı mosque with its wooden minaret and straddling the stream. The road, a path really, followed the steam. We were way beyond 200 meters and needed to go back. Dave backed up 300 meters to a place where he actually could turn the car around.
How Did We Get Here?
We tried to go a new way as we got nearer the Cinci Hamam. We'd been stuck in the tiny lanes for ...
... we had to try some. I was expecting it to be horrible as I don't usually like turkish delight, but this I actually liked because it had a different texture and had nuts in. We all bought some sweets to take back with us. There were also other old shops which sold hand made jewellery, lamps and model ottoman style houses. I bought a ottoman house candle holder!
It started to get dark at around 4:30 so we took the bus back to Ankara.