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... the mountains, each crest would reveal another wonderful misty gorge, helping mind neglect the grueling road ahead. Everywhere looked like an oil painting hanging in my grandparents house. Pale blue sky 'scalpulled' sharp snow peaks falling to broad green mountains holding neat towns, the odd hill side cottage sat next to a rushing stream with a lonely dairy cow tired up. Locals heaved from wells and chopped wood, stopping to wave clutching tobbacco ...
It's such a perfect day (Lou Reed)
Let me tell you about our first 24 hours in Turkey. May it be a happy omen for the rest to come :-)
We arrived around 8 pm in a harbor town called Tasucu. Luckily we had a couch reserved and Seckin even came to the harbor to pick us up. At the ferry we had met two Australians who didn't know where to go yet.
Seckin was so nice to drive them to the hotel of a friend of his and negotiate a ...
... here was to visit St. Paul's well built in Roman times and sitting beside what is considered, by some, as the site of his family home (which can be seen at ground level under a glass platform). Somehow St. Paul's Church, which was included in our itinerary, was skipped.
The Roman city of Tarsus was believed to have been the meeting place of Antony ...
An early start: 6.15 breakfast, on the road by 7am.
Crossing the river via Kennedy Bridge we got a quick sighting of Taskopru (a Roman era stone bridge built by Hadrian, early C2). Nearby, the six minarets of Sabanci Merkez Camii, the largest mosque between Istanbul & Saudi Arabia, bulit by one of Turkey's richest industrialists.
It would have been nice to spend a while absorbing the energy of this town but, unfortunately, we had no time to dally ...