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... to the Mt Ararat area. We did get some sunshine in Georgia for a few hours then we were back into fog and low heavy cloud. Spent a good while at the border crossing because D hadn’t got his 'green card’ for the car insurance. He’d paid for it but they had failed to send it and D didn’t realize this until we were at the Turkish border the first time back on 1st September. However, at that crossing the customs man just accepted ...
... capital is probably one of the most impressive archaeological sites I think I've ever seen. It does take some imagination to mentally reconstruct what the city might have looked like, but the landscape is so impressive and the ruins so strategically placed that it's very easy to appreciate the natural beauty and military/political significance of the site.
It does take some effort to get there, however, if you're not on a tour or don't have your own ...
... They gave us their card so we can have a look at their website.
I set to and did some baking, whilst Les did a few running repairs, the scouts left before it went dark, then the local dogs came and cleaned up all the chicken bones.
The 'Old Druid' had emailed today and mentioned the clocks changing, we checked to see if we needed to alter ours here in Turkey, we do!
That done we settled down for the evening. 'Is that a dog howling of a wolf we can hear?
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... are then going to Uludag National Park, Turkeys favourite ski resort. , Uludag mountain is 2543 meters high and is surrounded by forest and meadows. It will take us about 3 hours after we dock at Yalova. Along the way we hit a short thunder storm, and as we climb the steep winding road up the mountain, the light is starting to go. We arrive ...
... sit down a few times to make the rooms feel bigger, can't imagine living in the city for 5 months at a time! We had coffee at an old mans cafe and played the rummy game with them, and again French was the common language. On our last day in cappadocia we headed for coffee after. Using our tickets for an 8pm overnight bus to the Black Sea. We found ourselves in the company of a lovely Australian Nicci, ended up drinking ...