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... army, navy, Air Force and gendarme (local police, yup, a little French here) representatives. Took a look, but they were all too young for me. Got to see the changing of the guard which was neat. Then onwards to Safranbolo...where traditional saffron comes from. It's a 17th century town (the old town, which is a unesco site) with preserved houses that have been mostly converted ...
... UK anyway so feel the charges very reasonable considering we pay no tax in Turkey towards their health system – whatever it is. The treatment means 3 injections daily for 4 days. So whilst we continue our route eastwards we must find a hospital every 8 hours for an antibiotic top up for AG. This is not ideal but it could be worse - we could be in Iran having to do this.
*Plans have to change. ...
... Then she lathers rose scented soap and gives SG a relaxing massage. Finally there is a rinse of cool water.
As SG leaves the steam rooms, the ambient temperature of 30 degrees has never seemed so cool.
*Red faced & still ‘glowing’ SG returns to see whether AG is surviving.
*He is and it’s time for supper. On our way back to our lodging, we come across the local café with outside seating in a small courtyard ...
... the darling Kaçak Camıı mosque with its wooden minaret and straddling the stream. The road, a path really, followed the steam. We were way beyond 200 meters and needed to go back. Dave backed up 300 meters to a place where he actually could turn the car around.
How Did We Get Here?
We tried to go a new way as we got nearer the Cinci Hamam. We'd been stuck in the tiny lanes for ...
Today I went on a day trip to Safranbolu, a traditional ottoman town near the black sea. I went with my flatmate Lisa, our friend Izdem, and Lisa's friend Steffi from Germany who had come to visit this week. We set off at 9:30 by bus and the journey was 3 and a half hours. We arrived at Safranbolu bus station which was in the modern part of the town, so we then had to take a dolmus to the old part of the town.
The streets ...