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Travel Blogs from Alushta
... to digest all that Vladimir and I do a jump into the Black Sea.The current is not strong and the temperature of water is 18 degrees, 24 in the Sun.
2 families are well friendly and Vladimir brings back me not far from a
church overlooking the expanse of water, we had exceeded it outward. It
is, a little further up the other side of the road that I plant my tent
enjoying the sunset... with the Bell Tower in focus...
... no need to move, the panorama is open on the left on the buildings of the ultra rseaside resort of Alushta and the Black Sea. On the right, the slopes woodlands at the foot of Mount Demerdji, Angarsk pass (735 m) where access by a road to Simferopol.I have to get off at Luchyste village in order to collect food for my daily meals. I let the grocery products that I want to. In ukraine, still, in many villages isolated or not, the food in grocery stores are behind a ...
... have no desire
to make too many miles on foot from here to the Vorontsovsky
Palace. I get off the bus and I need 10 minutes for someone pleased to go by car. I
enter in a lada, we go up and down, a true labyrinth, the streets are
identified by bunkers villas and their walls high and thick. I arrives at the parking lot, but in fact this lada is a fake taxi, I must pay the mite, not expensive, but expensive for the 5 km carried
out. But ...
... the view of the canyon is breathtaking!Referred
to symbolize in the record the name of Kyrk Or (40
fortifications), the city was built between the 6th century and the 12th
century by the Christian descendants of the Sarmatians. Toqmatich,
the last great Chief of the Golden Horde, refuge to it after a defeat
in 1390 and the first Crimean Khanate was founded in the 15th century
before being transferred to Bakhtchissaraii ...
... a link to the poem for anyone who wants to read it; I make no apologies for the translation and simply plead that his is a travelogue and not a literature class. The story goes that the Khan was so in love with his young wife that when she died he erected this fountain to weep for her forever.
I am so much more interested in the destination that I ...