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... got the cameras and took some pictures. After breakfast we went for a walk, the track meandered down hill and was muddy in places. Still cold in the shade of the trees yet warm in the sun. We saw a lot of mushrooms and fungus growing, an old hawthorn tree covered in lichen and a clump of mistletoe hanging in the middle of it's branches. Time for a kiss! Some where below the forest path we can here a band playing, the marching type. After ...
... has remained since the ancient civilisation of Bytinia. The name 'Bolu' has derived from Claudiapolis. Today the main attraction of the city is the surrounding gren landscapes, nearby located ski resort Kartalkaya and the traditional civil architecture of provinces like Mudurnu and Goynuk.
Bolu is a busy market town rather than a large ...
... of the day. Go figure as they say.
Regrettably tonight saw my first "food fail" of the trip so far. We went to a nice enough restaurant only to find that they only serve ishkender kebabs.
From Wiki; It is a kind of doner kebab prepared from thinly cut grilled lamb basted with hot tomato sauce over pieces of pita bread and generously slathered with melted sheep butter and yoghurt. Tomato sauce and boiling ...
... with no soap at all. I honestly thought i could handle another bubbly scrub in order to get the heavenly oil massage afterwards. Not so Dororthy. when i asked for a massage...she put me face down and poured soap on me and rubbed 9sorta like a massage...not really though) It burned my delicate skin that had just had all the dead skin removed a few days ago in Istanbul.... the cleaner and the woman bathing both screamed as i showed them by miming drinking out of ...
... made a photo blog anyways, but sometimes I think it's nice to get a little more of the details. So for now, here are some photos, the background story will come...eventually!***
I won't leave without a quote though!
"If I'd learnt one thing from traveling, it was that the way to get things done was to go ahead & do them. Don't talk about going to Borneo. Book a ticket, get a visa, pack a bag, and it just happens." --Alex Garland