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... d have to double back to Camlihemsin, he said.
Just a kilometer below Camlihemsin, we found plan B, a well-signed steep dirt track to Hemsin. Tom-Tom knew this road, more or less. Tom-Tom knew other alternatives which just didn't exist in the real world.
We had some nail-biting moments, at times, on the excruciatingly narrow and steep potholed and dirt road. ...
... of the last to pack up our tent and breakfast was rushed. I was in a very bad mood.
On the way back down from the campsite, we did see some beautiful scenery and the wild flowers are lovely, I saw some grape hyacinth, cowslips and beautiful little blue flowers which looked like forget-me-nots. We also saw a snail with the circumference of a camera cap... photo failed to focus.
The one thing that has become a bit of a running joke is the quality of the mosque call ...
... guns. I'm sure there would have been someone on the old road who would have picked up the friendly-looking foreigner! I'm noticing that travelling alone, I do change my plans a bit too easily. If I'd been attempting that with a mate, the mission would have been on, no matter what.
So here I am in Trabzon! Half the place is a grimy black sea port town, full of brothels, sailors and scary looking pubs. The other half (up the ...
... our very own watchdog. He watched everything all night and whenever anyone moved he barked and growled. Going to make a visit this morning was not much fun with fangs in tow especially when in a vulnerable position with your pants down.
Fortunately I pulled them up in time and went for my run and explored a nearby village where you nearly always find a bakers open. I bought 2 loaves for double the going rate but as that ...
... relieved to find a restaurant still open, right next door to our hotel. They seemed to have only one thing on order - huge kofta sandwiches, which we delicious. The next morning, we managed to find at seat at the same place, this time very busy with people ordering hearty soup with bread for breakfast. Turns out most of these people were passengers on the buses that were making a stop in this town.