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... perform a nifty u-turn and ride back down the hard shoulder to join me. You can get away with pretty much anything on Turkish roads!
So half an hour later Charly, who has do e this before, has used the special tool provided in the kit to rive out the hole and force in the repair bung, liberally coated in adhesive. And glory be, Charly has packed a ...
... lot. Frogs and turtles rested on aquatic plants in the moat.
An Awesome Pair of Portuguese Cyclists
We drove a very scenic part of the coast. The road went up for hundreds of meters then wound down to sea level and back up. Grades were often in excess of 10%. On one of these rugged sections, we saw Portuguese Cyclists Joana and Nuno steadily making the climb on opposite side of road. ...
... for the next bus to arrive, but we were distracted by the farmer's market across the street first. We ended up walking around for at least an hour. As usual, we bought cherries. This time they were only 2.5 TL ($0.58/lb) so we bought 2 kg (4.4 lb) and another kilogram of organic strawberries (out-of-this-world good). On the way home, we played backgammon on my ipod -- we're trying to come up with ways to kill time on the buses when we are not ...
... a kilo of strawbs and a punnet of white mulberries for about $3; plus apricots and peaches. Eating that through the day makes us feel better. Breakfast is cheese, bread, olives, stras type meat, tomato, cucumber, egg [sometimes hard boiled or maybe omelette]; plus usually honey, jam. We had a fab omelette made and served in a neat copper based dish in Safranbolu. The wine is great but expensive.
Plenty of Efes beer though
... us, they really were. On Cyprus there are lots of Turks as well but we didn't experience anything near what happens here in Turkey and what already happened that first day.
As we were passing a small shop selling olives and oranges we were ordered to stop and eat some oranges, some more were given to eat during the day.
We had lunch at a sunny spot overlooking the valley, eating bread, cheese and oranges :-)
At the end of the ...