Laset Motel & Restoran
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Early arrival into Sochi after yet another very smooth night of sailing. Before we could set off sightseeing we had to clear immigration and customs. We had been warned the previous night what to expect but all went smoothly. Everyone managed to get their passport stamped and were issued a landing card. So far, so good. First stop was a short stroll along one of the promenades of the city - a very modern city with sparkling high rise ...
... The 3 km walk down the hill was a lovely change to some of the other activities we have had and most people seemed to enjoy it. Lunch was at a huge restaurant built for the tourist trade which also incorporated an opportunity to see the local dance troupe perform a number of traditional dances - the energy of the men and the grace of the women was wonderful. Lunch was about 6 courses and left me needing a sleep which ...
Last day in Turkey - will be sorry in a way to say good bye - Turkey has exceeded my expectations and I can see why Ros was so keen to return. Today too we say good bye to our Turkish guides who have been with us all the way. Their love of their country and their eagerness for us to see the 'real' Turkey has been wonderful to see. It was interesting too to listen to ...
... the cut off towards Ishan (about 25 km) from Yusefeli. We had come all the way to Yusufeli because it was the nearest hotel. The drive and town were interesting.
1st Stop, 9th Century Ishan Monastery
Still riding through gorgeous mountain scenery. The overcast weather prevented us from getting the full dimensional feel. Pictures turned out rather flat ...
... normal;">We decided to check out the castle ruins a sign pointed towards a few kilometers past Uzundere. We turned off to Sapacs Kalesi, 4 kilometers off the main road. The ride there was on narrow and windy dirt-road. The church was perched high above the small village.