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... since the tour began May in Shanghai riders were approached for money, and quite aggressively, by kids up to age 14 I would guess. There was one kid of about 13 who stopped some of us and in Turkish or Kurdish, asked us for money we assume. He carried a big stick with which to control his three medium size dogs. I too was stopped and after some exchange of words neither of us understood he gestured to let him try my ...
Our toughest day yet since Tehran but still a good ride. 144 km with 1550 m of climb and 1300 of descent. Wind in our faces a lot and plenty of rough road. Road and wind conditions offset by some great scenery - craggy cliffs, rolling hills at 2000 m with sheep grazing and grand vistas. At lunch Peter was interviewed by local media. The interpreter was on a cell phone that Peter held. After yesterday's 146 ...
On our way to the campsite we drove around Lake Van which is 3750 sqkm. There is very little development or use of the lake it is just a clear blue vast expanse of water. Further east the scenery took a noticeable change to sweeping green undulating hills with miles of rocks formed from lava fields. They stuck out of the green grass like jagged grey teeth. Many of the hills had military bases on then a sign of ...
I decided to brave the river this morning. So that may have been a bad idea, it was cold and it nearly washed me away. Steve and Shaz thought it was hilarious, I on the other hand didn't see the funny side. But all good, I am clean and ready to go.
Here we are at our last stop in turkey. It has been 3 weeks of sun and fun and we are now off to Iran where we have to wear so many layers of clothes and head scarves. So that brings us to all the ...
... flies high everywhere. We felt safe everywhere we went. But most importantly, we've been humbled by the people of this country. The generosity, hospitality & honestly of Turkish people is something we'll remember for the rest of our lives. A land is nothing without its people. A country is defined by the people of that land. Here are few of them;
1. The taxi driver: We hopped into the cab in Erzurum with our sign language to go and see a waterfall. We understood that ...