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... could barely hide her surprise when the very tiny Thai masseuse joined her on the massage table to add extra vigour to the process.
All very exhausted and after a late lunch flopped down beside the pool for a very lovely restful few hours. Quick change and out for dinner - very yummy and now off for a gander on the seafront - they lock the gates at 12 but we already know of a hole in the hedge so don't worry about us dear readers we intend to be home before ...
Left Kars quite early as the hotel was a dump and I didn't get much sleep as the bike alarm kept going off....quite worrying as it was parked on the street. I had breakfast and as I was eating it I thought to myself that if anything was going to make me ill it would be it.....and how right I am!!!
I'm writing this two days later and I'm still suffering. I've been leaving ...
... szybciej dojedziemy do Iranu i zaczniemy cisnąć na południe, tym lepiej.
Mimo wszystko te rejony Turcji wygladają niesamowicie, a szczególnie krajobrazy. Ludzie zdają się być bardziej przyjaźni, jedzenie lepsze, a miasta czystsze. Po Ankarze szczerze polecam jechać przez właśnie tę część kraju. A w hotelu w Erzincam pozwolono nam nawet wprowadzić nasze maszyny do poczekalni.
... was still cold before we ever started. We didn’t get far before my tank ran low so we had to make our first stop for fuel. We’d actually covered around 80 miles by then and the freezing morning had got to us both. We filled up and I was irritated by how few miles I’d done on a tank until it turned out my auxiliary tank was still full. So we had some soup to warm us through. I couldn’t say what was in it, maybe some carrot and potato but there was a hint ...
... shepherds as we passed, before finally finding the road to our hill of choice.
We arrived near the foot of the hill, found the likely access road and followed it to the base. To our surprise the entire hill was fenced off, but we were in no mood to defer to mere chicken wire, and had our bikes and luggage over the top within minutes. Then it was just a matter of us each pushing our 40 kilo bicycles up a 30 degree the 75 ...