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How This Trip Would Be Different If We Were Women

I recently received a message on our facebook page from a fan who made a great point: We don’t talk about women enough. “I want to offer a critique as to your choice of article topics.  As two men traveling … Continue reading

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FEATURE STORY — The Battle for Gerze: A Tale of Coal and Controversy

Along Turkey’s Black Sea coastline, a small town’s three-year long fight against the construction of a coal-fired power plant, and the billionaire multinational corporation behind it At three o’clock in the afternoon, the protesters finally got a break. The police … Continue reading

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Lessons in Turkish Hospitality

95 kilometers, AKA time to look for a campsite. We reached our goal for the day, and the ride had been a demanding one. The Western stretch of the Black Sea coast in Turkey is beautiful, but cyclists pay for … Continue reading

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