Day 6: Last in the first part
At night, some animal came to our camp, but everyone was already in tents, and I was too lazy to go out and there was no sense of danger either, so I just fell asleep.
Found on a tent in the morning
Mysterious tree, the whole trunk in hollows
We woke up early in the morning and took turns swimming in the river while breakfast was being prepared. Breakfast was lentil porridge, ketchup, bread and tea with cookies. By the way, in Turkey it is normal when half of the store is littered with cookies, which are very tasty here.
A guy on a motorcycle came to us and said that he was a shepherd and that where our camp was set up there were wolves (I heard this wolf at night, before going to bed). We left relatively early today, an hour earlier than usual. The people were against going to Fethiye through the mountains and we drove along a flat road and by 17 o'clock we were in Fethiye.
At many gas stations you can pour yourself a free tea. There are also benches that we used. Nobody chased us away.
This guy on the left is Lev, he joined our group on the 3rd day of our bike trip. He lives in Israel, moved from there from Russia.
This is how I fixed the solar battery on the trunk. It makes sense - in an hour it can charge 10% of the battery of my smartphone (the battery is 3300 mAh there)
By the way, on the way, we stopped at a bus stop, where a source of water and 3 220V sockets were found, where we immediately put our phones on charge. And the solar battery migrated to my bag, the experience of using it showed that 500 mA of the battery is not enough to charge a phone with android OS. In Fethiye, we quickly found an otogar and took tickets to Ayden for 32 lira, from where we begin the second part of the route. Our fellow traveler, Lyova from Israel, today must leave us for Antalya in order to catch a plane to his home.
Here are the sockets
It looks like a ski slope :)
Romantic photoshoot :)
Crowd of turtles in the canal in the city)
Our bus will go at night and we decided to pass the time and have dinner on the beach. We had dinner with pasta soup with bacon and traditional tea with cookies.
At 11 p.m. we went to the otogar, dismantled the bikes and packed them into bicycle covers for transportation on the bus. The buses have USB ports at each seat, where we plugged our phones, batteries and flashlights to charge. One problem: the bus wifi is configured to connect only one device at a time - I had to take turns.
I finish the report and go to bed, good dreams to everyone who is still awake. Today we drove 60 km, climbed 300 m.