Dogubayazit

Dogubayazit, Turkey

Travel Blogs from Dogubayazit

Dogubayazit Travel Blogs (15)
So close, we can smell it!, Dogubayazit, Turkey travel blog

So close, we can smell it!

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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... islam to read which will keep me busy during those long bus journeys. Might help me understand the culture gap a little better! Turkey has been great this time. East Turkey has good cheap food, friendly people and is without tourists. I had to dress ...

Where The Streets Have No Name.., Dogubayazit - Ishak Pasa Palace, Turkey travel blog

Where The Streets Have No Name..

A travel blog entry by natandkat

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... you really get to thinking, why is that donkey cross eyed? Anyway, we spent a couple of great days in and around Dogubayazit and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. On our wanders through the old village we were accosted by the craziest family in ...

Gule gule to Turkey (blog), Dogubayazit, Turkey travel blog

Gule gule to Turkey (blog)

A travel blog entry by martyt

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... main attractions (eg 150BC fallen stone heads atop Mt Nemrut) where the the tourists were all Turkish anyway. Yesterday enroute to Dogubayazit from Lake Van we stopped to have a snow ball fight, great fun! Consuming a fair share of alcohol recently ...

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Noah's Arksville

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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Jumping into a dolmus, we headed for Dogubayazit, which is the border town on the Turkey side before heading over to Iran. The drive was amazing. We were as usual, the only Western Infidels in the dolmus, so we took our seats and took in the scenery. And ...