- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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They bring in a guy and make him walk a straight line, tiny steps one in front of the other. "He Bira trinken", says a cop. We leave before we find out his fate. I've been riding so long I'm not sure if I could walk the line!
We stop for photos on the top of the mountain. There are spent shells lying on the road. Hunting or a mountain bandit shoutout? ...
... trees. Very ingenious and quite, quite crazy.
The owner Ali is very proud of his creation. At this quiet time of year he runs a one-man show, cooking, serving and chatting. We are the only patrons tonight.
There is a modern kitchen but also a stone oven where he bakes ...
... surrounded by curious kids. So employing my finely-honed international sign language - big, fat Germans gestures and brrrmm brrrmm noises - and releasing a couple of my precious store of Turkish words - motobisiklet and icki Alleymans - the kids pick up my meaning in a flash and are soon running down the road, shouting and pointing wildly, as they lead me straight to the gates of K-H house. Magic!
... working as a consultant. Rachel is a 31 year old
teacher in California.
Their grandmothers were pen pals.
Because of this, their mothers met and became friends. The generational relationships ended there – Rachel and Tim met a couple of times when they were younger but didn’t become friends or stay in touch. Then, on presumably ...
... with him, but it was made a bit tricky by him seeming to switch colours and directions on a whim. Maybe they were playing two different games.
We meet a Kiwi named Hamish and his Dutch girlfriend – they’re travelling around in a camper van. Off to the beach with them, where we discover the not so small fish that lurk in the shallows. Ever seen those ‘fish doctor’ booths in Asia, where little minnows eat the dead skin off ...