Architecture in Tblisi. By now we / I were pretty tired of travelling around all the time, we mostly just walked around in tblisi this day using our legs for once.
Subway in Tblisi.
Streets of Diyarbakir.
New areas of Diyarbakir rising.
Minor street in Trabzon.
Trabzon is where departed finally by car. We rented a Volkswagen transporter without any seats because of the extra room needed. We did at this moment forget that we barely had slept and were excited to go south. We had little expections of what challenge that would be.
First “real” town since we departed from Trabzon.
Every now and then (from every fifteen minutes to every second hour or so) we passed by these mountainous societies where people lived. Stretching our legs here having tea (cause you are ALWAYS offered tea by some kind person). That you were now territory that quite rarely, or almost never actually experience tourists, it awakes alot of curiousity and hospitality. More about this in the coming days. (it is 2 am here so my descriptions might be alittle bit foggy, some editorial work tomorrow, just simply want it published).
The fantastic result of unique architecture when everyone is allowed to build their own balcony.
Hot springs bath house.