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... to scream. If they felt I didn't see something, they should calmly tell me from which direction something is coming to crush us, instead of yelling "DUDE, DUDE!" or the utterly useless "AHHhhhhh!" By far the craziest driver we saw, who almost hit us at least three times, was a cop car. Once out of the city, the roads were well kept and lightly populated.
... 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 ...
... reason for the abnormally early start.
From the outset Jochen has said that he wanted two clear days in Istanbul and when I pointed out last night at Ordu that we could be there on Saturday afternoon and stay until Tuesday morning there was no stopping him. We took 385 of the 555 miles out of the equation today and will head on into the big city tomorrow.
The police were hiving on the road today. We had ...
I should probably preface the remainder of my entries with the fact that there is something called "Turkish time." Basically this means that people take their time and enjoy themselves when performing daily tasks. In a sense, this is a great way to approach life. Really getting into what you're doing and not worrying about being late. However, when there are over 100 college students being packed onto buses, it can be somewhat of an annoyance. That ...