Usta Park Hotel
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... are many settlements high on the mountainside linked to the road by wire cables. A trolley cart is suspended from a cable and used to pull supplies to a house high above, saving the need to porter goods.
We crossed the Hala Deresi and were stopped by a gent in his 4x4. He told us there wasn't a way to get to Hemsin from there. The road we were on led to his house, then ...
... over the old battlements and out to sea. The next morning I had grand plans to hitch my way from Amasra along the old coastal highway to Sinop, some 300km east (and from Sinop to catch a bus to Trabzon). After being told by several locals that hitching to Sinop was a silly idea, I chickened out and caught a bus back the way I came to Ankara, to then catch a bus direct to Trabzon. This took 24 hours, and I kicked myself for not sticking ...
... They held a picture of a NZ girl who applied for visa the day before. They kept asking "are you sure you don't know her" they were very suspicious. It is unusual for a girl to travel by themselves in Iran.
Peter was really tempted to say "I dont know, I can't see what colour hair she has!" (All females must have their photos in a headscarf)
We had to then pay euros cash into a bank that would allow the transaction. (For anyone that doesn't know, Iran is under very ...
... which has been ongoing for several years.
While we got dropped off at the closest parking lot on our way up, we had to descend on foot all the way down to the base of the mountain to meet with the vehicle. The stone paved path was uneven, but it is gently graded for the entire distance and we were surrounded by trees sporting their autumn best. We also had the company of a middle-aged Turkish gentleman from Adana who was in Trabzon on a business trip and ...
... rise apartments... no real "soul" here--if this is a town.
But when I reach Ackaadat, this is clearly a city all of its own, with a busy main street and side streets that climb up the steep mountainside--contrasted with a peaceful stroll along the ...