We couldn’t decently not toast our national holiday on time! We cross the border in the middle of a great cacophony and after two hours of administrative procedures we are installed on the terrace of a café in the village square of Agarak.

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As soon as we arrive, we feel the need to rest after the tumult of Istanbul… so we land on the seaside, in Alexandroupoli, at the Santa Rosa camping hotel on the good plans of an Ioverlander. The welcome is warm and invites us to stay two nights in order to update the photos, the…

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As soon as we arrived in Bulgaria, we followed the advice of Régine and Louis, whom we met in Meteora, Greece. About twenty minutes after the border, near the village of Roupite, we set off to bivouac in a parking lot where there are hot springs. We are in the wrong parking lot and it…

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It is after an arrival under a gray sky along the shores of the Black Sea that we make a first stop at the FIAT garage in Rize. We have to change the left ball joint again, the repair carried out in Bishkek did not hold; the part was not original. We are going to…

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As soon as we arrive in Georgia, we reach the capital and the address of a recommended hostel: Yard hostel. As parking is paid for in the city center, this hostel, well located on the left bank of the Kura river, which crosses the city, offers all the services for 5 lari per night (€1.50),…

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Back inland, to the southwest in the valley of the Meander River, to discover Pamukkale which would be the most visited site in Turkey. This cotton castle, Turkish translation of Pamukkale, is a tufa field developed by hot waters (up to 45°C) flowing from the mountain. The flow of this water saturated with mineral salts…

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Foreword: At times I loved going to the sea. By that time I hated the mountain. At that time I felt wonderful spending a few days at the beach lying on a beach with her boyfriend. To say it all the time, I thought even at the end of a boyfriend, but here I go…

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Mochit Bus Station is opposite the Chatuchak weekend market, the famous market is crowded with a variety of products from “upper gold” to “lowering bran”, one of the shopping paradises of touristers and the civils…

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Never traveling abroad has become as easy as it is now. In particular, the hospitable Thai country is just two hours away from Ho Chi Minh City, a familiar place for those who want to “see the world” for the first time.

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Pai County’s bus station is extremely small, only accommodating a few minivans. I walked to the gate, looked left and right and followed the spirituality and chose the left side to go (thankfully, it was the side going to the night market, the bustling center of Pai).

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