Simer Hotel Dogubeyazit

Address: Tepe Bag Mevki Iran Yolu 3 Km, DogubeyazIt, Agri, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tepe Bag Mevki Iran Yolu 3 Km, DogubeyazIt.
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Travel Blogs from DogubeyazIt

Dog biscuit to Acar camp

A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Sep 08, 2014

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... run up the road by the dogs and / or the boy. A bit further down that road I stopped to take a photo and some young kids of age 6-8 I guess came running and clamoring "money, money". It's a poor region but there have been many poor regions tossed since Shanghai. On the other hand, I get approached more often in downtown Victoria. Tomorrow a lot of steep hill climbing and then a great downhill into a rest day at Kars. More ...

Last dry day since crossing the Atlantic

A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Sep 06, 2014

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... are tired but enthused. Before leaving Iran I must explain how Iranian hospitality keeps us so excited to be here. In a Canada I had read and heard about how hospitable these people can be and I expected to have the odd first hand experience myself but what I actuality experienced blows me away. I focus here on being on the road, riding, stopping, searching, whatever one does to her through a day ...

A tale of two halves

A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment

... lives again'" and there would be smiles from all round our table - it is really starting to feel like a team. Us against the roads, psychotic drivers and traffic jams. Yes doing this with the Mongol Rally might be an expensive way to drive to Mongolia as opposed to just doing it on your own, but it certainly makes it more fun and is certainly a price worth paying.

Eventually dawn broke and we pulled into Duzce which is where we had booked the hotel. ...

Last Day in Turkey’

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 25, 2014

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... seem to stay in tents nearby. We are not sure why they choose the locations they do – there are not exactly in the midst of meadows of flowers. What we do enjoy however is eating fresh honeycomb with yogurt for breakfast. You can taste the difference, that’s for sure.

*As we near our destination for the day, Dogubayazit, about 35 km from the Iranian border, the countryside becomes noticeably more arid and barren. We ...

Murat Camping

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Jul 25, 2013

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Chris: 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 ...