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there's not a lot of options in bergama so i think this served it purpose. 10 TL for an overnight stay, just enough time to see Asclepion and Pergamon.
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... of the apocalypse. i didnt realize that he knew about the zombies. it was so big that the christians just went ahead and built their church inside the temple. a great stay overall. and then the next place called to us. but you'll have to wait for the next blog for that. (ps on the walk to the bus to away, we had to walk past some more ancient remnants; most of the neighborhood we stayed in was basically built on top of a pre-roman bridge. by the way). be well. we are muah luz and ...
Our flash-as mercedes taxi pulled up at 9.45 and of course we weren't ready. He should've known since last time he came early too and we weren't ready that time either.
Oh well, pretty soon we were on the road heading for Bergama. Highlights of the trip were seeing horse drawn carts in service delivering car parts. One had a wagon full of tyres, and another had metal bits and pieces. I wanted the driver to slow down so we could take photos but he spoke ...
... So, once on top of the adjacent hill, I set off down the other side to the flats of the reservoir. (Zoom out in the mapmap and then move the map down, you can get a detailed picture of the topography around the reservoir).
These two pictures are adjacent, providing a sort of panorama from the top of the first hill.
I had to skirt widely around the low water. Even still there were large areas ...
... came from very far away to be treated here. The bonus was the young kid up one of the fig trees who picked a nice fresh fig for Tina (who is reveling in the fact that its ripe fig season over here!). Then off out to the coast to find somewhere to stay. South of Bergama, there is a small peninsula which only really gets Turkish tourists. It was a series of small fishing villages, but has become extremely popular as a weekend/holiday area with people from nearby Izmir. Its ...
... parked in the streets · Sheep in small walled yard · Stony, tilled olive groves · Soil has changed color, from clay tan to red terra-cotta · More cotton · Bales of hay, sheep grazing · Banty hens scratching in yard · "Newly" paved four-lane highway · Tobacco fields, leaves have been picked · Olive groves, stone walls · Moving out of cloud cover, greenhouses with flowers growing inside We stop to eat our box lunches. It just so happens that the ...