While I would never discourage anyone from standing up for what they believe I have a request for the Antifa headed for Québec city. Could you give some consideration to the following. -When you commit random violence you play directly into the hands of the state. They own violence. You permit the mainstream narrative […]
Following this woman’s travel blog is a delight, a Turkish delight in this case… 🙂
For all my talk about Bulgaria being a chance to ‘catch up’ and to make the most of the fast internet and low prices, the month seems to be degenerating into yet another travel opportunity.
I have now left Bulgaria and taken a bus to Istanbul in Turkey. It cost a bargain €20.
Istanbul has proved a fascinating break for me. I have been here before, circa 1979 (yes I’m that old), but it feels very different this time.
Istanbul was very much on the 1960s-70s ‘hippie trail’. As a teenager stuck in suburban England I used to pour over books about the overland route used by the ‘hippies’ to get to Goa and Kathmandu (or sometimes Thailand).
This route diverged at Istanbul to go in various directions, meeting again at the India/Pakistan border. I simply couldn’t wait to go do this journey myself. There was a magazine called the…
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