Casa da Horta
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Well I havn't blogged because we're really busy every time I try to we have to go somewhere *yawn*.
There are a lot of different things here for example they drive on the right side of the road here and the times are different by 7 hours so I can't get to sleep right*yawn*(again.)So when we first landed at the airport my uncle Sıdık was waiting in his car so dad and I of course as ...
... spread out over several hills. Had it not been so overcast, we would have taken many pictures. We seamlessly found our budget choice, Güzel Otel. I removed a parking cone so Dave could park the car right out front, a huge plus since parking spots were impossible to find.
We checked in and b-lined to ...
... but what they've found is pretty amazing, considering that they only had flint to carve the rocks and weren't thought to have the wheel to move large carvings to the location. There's an interesting National Geographic article (June 2011) if you want to Google it and find out more about it. The Ataturk Dam we saw yesterday is part of a major project in Turkey to build several dams along the Euphrates to increase irrigation ...
... another taxi back to Kilis, this time half the price of the previous one, and were dropped to a bus station where we grabbed a minibus that took us back to Gaziantep, this one also half the price of the one that took us there.
Unfortunately, another rather disturbing incident took place on our way back. We were on the motorway when the driver pulled over to pick up a passenger from the side of the road. In front of us was a junction – a road to ...
... about Ayran. He is like your Uncle or something? No, he just kind of took me in when I was a little boy. Things were hard for me with my family, and Ayran sort of adopted me. Its been many years now, and whenever I can I come by to help him out at his shop. I said goodbye to head back to my hotel and get some lunch and a nap, promising an evening return. It was just an hour before closing time when I made it back. The April light was arcing through the market stalls, ...