Travel Blogs from Samsun
... tire. This he has not observed.
5th - I told him he should 2 new hoses be used, as the hoses are already patched once each. On the valve I saw that old were mounted. During disassembly, I saw that the tube was patched already 2 times. In this case I could keep my old one, because they were patched only once.
6th - Wrong dimensions of the hose.
7th - Installed old valve and keep my new one.
Today, we made the "grand premiere of traveling by bus during the day. It took us the whole day to go Samsun, but the trip was really enjoyable while we could admire Turkey's wonderful landscapes and seaside. The landscape on the right was a wonderful sea. And on the left we saw very cute villages in the hills, all of them with one nice white mosque and its elongated, tall and thin white minaret. As we went deeper into Turkey, ...
Leaving for Samsun.
Stopped by at a town called Ordu. To catch cable car up to the mountain. For cay (Turkish tea) time at the top of the mountain. But the gondola was closed for maintenance. Bus had to drive up there instead. There were absolutely stunning view of the town and the coast.
After tea, we left to go driving along the coast. It was fairly bit of drive, I think 5 hours by the coast. Stopped for a break at Jason's church. Jason's church was built by Rums in ...
... car and flagged down a taxi to take us to the airport.
I have checked my credit card statement to see if we are being charged for a missing car but there is nothing yet, not even the main charge for the car. Who knows, maybe the car
is still waiting there, gathering dust, with the keys in the glove compartment.
As we enjoyed the short flight back to Instanbul, we ...
... of the main cities on the Black Sea, which I'm determined to explore properly before continuing on. It's very hot, but I decide to try to walk from the bus station to the city (despite previous bad experiences trying to do this in Turkey!) I'm rewarded by a shady park, a cozy city center and a decent cafeteria style restaurant where I can "look and pick"--my favorite way of eating here in Turkey.
Next I head up to the Black Sea ...