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... working which means you can only go through the right barrier.... you can imagine the chaos at the barriers as people in the wrong lane try to find the right one... I guess it will get better.
Once on the road and out of Istanbul the traffic thinned to errr... nothing ( see pic). Actually this was taken when later when the weather had improved. We were trying to decide when driving through the drizzle in the mountains what ...
... how the Turks still hold the man in high regard (he died in 1938)
The mausoleum also houses a museum of his accomplishments and personal effects. A great number of oil paintings of the war period and a montage,of three periods ofWW1, each montage perhaps 30 m long.
One exhibit which really caught my eye was his launch which is a classic design and beautifully restored.
We could not help noticing the huge number of construction sites, large and ...
Sadly we left Germany yesterday, but we've finally arrived in Ankara, Turkey!
The trip to Munich was amazing. Dachau was very moving; I think we toured it for almost 4 hours. Michael, Nicky and I made a lot of friends at the hostel, chatting the other travelers was an unexpected highlight of the trip. At the end of most days we’d make some friends in the room and drag them ...
... could ask of a road trip today.
Somehow Marcin lost a catch on his helmet but my handy box of spares put us right. He’s still struggling with a £300 video camera that came supplied with a 50p fitting clip that’s failed completely so towards Ankara we bodged him up with double sided tape and a power lead running from a hastily assembled collection of wires and plugs. Once we’d disguised him as an evil cyborg from a bad sci-fi move with Death, Evil or Killer ...
... between Ankara and Galatasaray along with hundreds of police in full riot gear with shields. Sticking out like a sore thumb, and having found Ullus to be of a more rough and ready neighborhood, I made a quick exit and headed to Kizilay, another district within Ankara. An altogether more pleasant neighborhood, I eventually found some suitable accommodation for the night before heading south to Silifke the next day. ...
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