The pace of the trip seemed to pick up as we had another late night/early morning. This time we traveled to Ankara, Turkey’s capital.
Taken with my phone – rows of buttplugs at a rest stop.
Along the way we went to Lake Tuz, a large salt lake.
I can tell you that because I picked up a grain on the ground and tasted it.
Can’t really remember but I think this is Ankara Castle. There wasn’t much to see though, we just walked up a slope to a kind of dead end around the castle walls.
Standing on rooftops.
Our next stop was Anitkabir, or the mausoleum of Ataturk, the founder of Turkey. I think the place would have looked much more beautiful if not for the fact that there was a constant crowd of tourists all over, taking photos with the unmoving guards and trying their best to annoy them.
After that was a long ride to Bolu where we stopped for the night.