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... and spices to fish, and the salesmen were all keen to have their photo taken by their wares. Next was a private museum we came upon dedicated to technology - displays of technology from 1800's to the current day. His encompassed steam engines; transport such as carriages, cars, motorbikes, ships, planes and trains; computers, typewriters, phones; toys and models of transport; blacksmith's shop, woodworking bench with lathes and drills, electrical ...
... were quite thick but there was no railing to stop you from plunging to your death if you made one false step. We noticed on the way back that there was an agency for Siroptimists International in the little village. We were told that the man who ran the restaurant next door may close early if there weren't anyone there soon. So at about 7.15 we sat down at our table (very early by Turkish standards). We were the only ones there and the Maître d' recommended ...
... travel through Georgia, through the Stans crossing the Caspian Sea yuck, then enter China for a very short way then into India. Lots to organise, lots to go wrong but if it works, and it should it will be amazing ( except the Caspian Sea ) Finally, I booked a room for 3 nights in a hotel in Ankara, found a cheapie at £38 per night in the centre and wow, when we arrived we have got a suite on the top floor, absolutely fantastic, let's hope the rest of our time here goes as well ...
... a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986. Some of the ruins are still in relatively good shape including Lion's Gate for its age.
However, I am critical of how they have renovated ...
... the Hittite capital is just up the hill above the town. That was for tomorrow. This afternoon I devoted to the excellent local museum & a visit to the rock carvings at Yazilikaya.
So, by the time I was sharing my dinner with a big group of Italians on a campervan safari, I was fully sated (& and hopefully more informed)
Woke to a riot of birdsong & a gurgling stream.