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The main reason for us going south from Canakkale was to get to the ancient ruins of the city of Troy written about by Homer. Troy has been a centre of civilisation for about 5000 years and there are the remains of 9 cities built one on top of another over all that time. So as an archeological site it is one of the most important in the world and new discoveries are still being made, as the ...
... ride but not photogenic.
Just before we got to the main road, we got to a point where we saw hundreds of cars parked on both sides of the road. Many hundreds of people were at picnic restaurants lining the route. We parked and went to check it out. Some places had musicians playing in the garden. The restaurants scheme was to pick your meat; lamp, beef, chicken, veggies, etc., then it would be brought ...
... knew by now to trust Oscar's judgement when it comes to food. The man knows how to eat.
Oscar explained that this place had a couple of different options, but he highly recommended their specialty--the traditional Turkish pancake. I'm not sure about anything else, but when I hear the word pancake, I'm thinking fluffy, maple syrup covered breakfast food. Well, a Turkish pancake is definitely not that. But don't panic. A Turkish pancake, or ...
... take her photo. The stalls were full of linen and cotton products, a few spices, fruit wine is a specialty of the town and there were several shops inviting you in for tasting. Many women, old and young, were outside their stalls knitting or crocheting busily and there was a fine display of baby bootees, Grandma Johnson would have approved.
When Pete caught me up we had a look in the mosque and chatted with the young Imam and another man, ...
... people went away with jackets or handbags and we were told they have about 15 tours a day through the place.
There’s still a nomadic culture in this part of Turkey, about 300,000 living here, they breed camels, do seasonal work, make simple boxwood furniture to trade. They live in summer along the coastline and move from place to place, this is the time they will have weddings, races, do business, camel wrestling (a good wrestling camel is ...