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We traveled by city bus and climbed up the mountain to visit the temple at Lindos. The ruins are being restored. Few tourists: only about 10. It seemed a little less impressive than I remembered them 45 years ago but still worth the visit. We also visited a small Greek orthodox church that ...
... offered this little chance so I took it with both hands. Of course, on my wandering a I bought little presents for all of my people - but this too has become a bit of a tradition and the kids always talk about when I did it in Rome. We went to a nearby kebap restaurant - pretty casual with huge servings and not as cheap as it looked (or should have been). Then back to the hotel for a piece of leftover birthday cake before ...
... a year in Asia and briefly touching Europe on my way through the Caucasus, I made a soft landing in a new region, the Middle East. Being on the edge of the Islamic world and the European Union, it is a very easy and touristic way to experience Islamic culture and architecture. Alya and I came into Turkey, from the east hitch-hiking from Georgia. This is a long way from the touristic areas starting from Cappadocia and we realized this during our first long ride with a ...
... a diamond of huge proportions, one of the largest in the world. It is told that a beggar found it on a rubbish tip and sold it for 3 spoons to someone else. The sultan heard about it and investigated the rumour of the diamond and of course had to have it! It is very sparkly and stunning (and guarded!).
On the way back from the palace, we encountered a family with a little boy seriously dressed all in white with a hat. Everyone looked suitably festive ...
... flakes. Tasty but too big a bowl though and we’d soon realised that you were not going to get small portions so don’t eat it all or you’ll never fit in your lunch at the end. This place had been recently renovated and had unusual wall decorations made of old taps with a big ‘drop’ of glass trickling out.
And on we went, this time standing as we snacked on ‘ichli’ kofta, egg-shaped, which we broke in half and ...