Category Archives: Turkey

Poised at the gateway to Asia

Austria, Hungary and Romania all choose to confuse travelling motorists with their vignette or road tax requirements.  Bulgaria makes excellent use of the Cyrillic alphabet on road signs for the same purpose.  Turkey has chosen to make its border as … Continue reading

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Turkish Delight Selection

Dan’s mission on arriving in Turkey was to obtain his Iranian visa.  Istanbul then was the destination, and with the Iranian admin out of the way, there would be time to see some sights.  Dan set up camp at Mystik … Continue reading

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Romans and Iranians

Saturday 7 May dawned clear and bright just as promised, and, confident that it would all be dry by the end of the day, Dan did a bumper load of laundry and hung it out on his line before setting … Continue reading

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The reunion

Having made it to Bulgaria and with Turkey now just a stone’s throw for Ed the last two remaining hurdles for him were to wait patiently for the arrival of his carnet from the UK and deal with the massive … Continue reading

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Two in Turkey

NB – This post was uploaded from Iran where our photo hosting services are blocked: photos will be added later… On arriving back at Mocamp, Dan found not only Ed, but also some other friendly British arrivals – a Bristolian … Continue reading

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