Monthly Archives: May 2010
Great. Turkey is a wonderful country full of natural beauty, ancient history, good heart people and a pleasant climate. Bridge between continents and centuries. I’m sure this wasn’t the last time for me in this amazing land. Every single day … Continue reading
The army has it’s special role in the Turkish nation. The military men are present all over the country. You can see their bases and checkpoints in many cities. Walking the night city you see the armored machine gun vehicle … Continue reading
I thought I’m good with languages but I’m not, the years lasting failure to learn German fluent proved me wrong. I was trying to learn some Turkish and just at the moment when I got a lot better (using just … Continue reading
After I left Diyarbakir I hitchhiked though mountains so beautiful I almost cried. The driver was listening to the Lost Song of Anatolia (I mentioned earlier) soundtrack and that made a superb audio-visual experience out of ride through landscape and … Continue reading
V báglu s sebou tahám čtyřikrát přeloženy a pokrčený časopis z Česka. Kus češtiny, který mám s sebou, abych ji nezapomněl. Připomínka souboru témat a problémů, které je normální řešit u mě doma. Dřepím na tureckém záchodě a čtu. Je … Continue reading
It seems to me I need to catch up again and quickly describe where the road took my last days in order to keep this blog running :-) Well, after I said goodbye to Hassan at the Beach B I … Continue reading
I reviewed my road just out of curiosity: 4000km. I wanted to pass a link to a map or something but nothing is working. does anyone know any handy route planner i could keep updating and adding new points?