Berlin to Georgia – Day 19: Driving trough Turkey

Berlin to Georgia – Day 19: Driving trough Turkey

By the time darkness fell, we still hadn’t managed to find a suitable place for our camp, but there had hardly been any such place on the whole way from Cappadocia to the north of Turkey. The landscape still looked the same – slopes with little trees, houses in small groups – mostly new 5 to 10-storey buildings. The sameness of the landscape probably added some fuel to my sickness caused by the long drive toward the Georgian border.
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Berlin to Georgia – Day 9: Dubrovnik, Bay of Kotor

Berlin to Georgia – Day 9: Dubrovnik, Bay of Kotor

With the tank full of cheap Bosnian diesel and food supplies that should last us a week we crossed the Croatian border as early as 7 am. The border crossing at Neum was not busy, there were maybe 10 cars in front of us and the cars moved quickly. For comparison: 10 cars at the Ukrainian-Polish border would mean an hour of waiting at least.
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