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Getting out of Istanbul was somewhat easier than might have been expected except that we ended up on a toll motorway. It's all electronically controlled so you don't get a ticket but the alarms were going crazy as we blasted through the exit peage without paying.
Passing Edirne on our way to the border took us back over two weeks to …
... de France. After riding uphill for miles, we stop under the shade of a tree and take in the country air. We see no end to the climb so we decide to head back down. Back in town we chat with a couple of fellow cruisers and then head back to the ship. Not the most interesting stop but tomorrow we go through the Iron Gates, which we hope will live up to its name of the highlight of the ...
... leavıng cyclıng vewry hard and as the speed drops there ıs less exersıon so less heat gaıned thus we enter a vıscous cırcle of forever ıncreasıng paın and decreasıng speed (11mph).
Flat landscape on the planes of romanıa, no wınd breaks on the barren land so the head wınd really pıcks up ...
... Anyway, it was too far to drive in one go so we stopped off at a lake on the way and camped there for the night, again with a handful of Bulgarian fishermen! The sunset was beautiful, which Logan missed as he was snoozing due to taking anti-histamine to combat the swelling from the bee sting! Very relaxed day and night.
... but he did notice Junko’s tube now had four new patches. He went over and over the tire and rim to make sure there was nothing left behind that would cause a puncture. All it could have been was a loose valve which was one of the 'tricky’ things Dave had read about the valve – for those unfamiliar with it. He put everything back together and made the bike road ready before breakfast.