Barbarossa Club & Hotel
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... to snap a photo of the strawberry pickers in the field. Noticing our attention, one worker ran to us with a basket of the perfectly ripe red fruit. And they were sweet and delicious. They didn't last long!
Interesting Medieval Castle
Just out of Anamur, we pulled over at the medieval Mamure Castle ...
... have wandered through some in "the bush" down a back road. No signs, no control, nothing. WE guessed they were at least 1000 years old but probably late Roman.
We are visiting mostly sites and attractions that the average tourist misses out on.
The food has got better – or maybe we are choosing better. It could get a bit monotonous for us fussy buggers – so much bread! We have bought heaps of ...
... we then went to the boat he works on. He has some high position there and his colleagues served us a superb breakfast. Looking out over the sea, beautiful sun, very nice company, food, sweets, tea, coffee, what more do you want.
Biking of course!
So after two hours the party broke up, they went for a stroll along the beach, we went for one of the most beautiful tours till now.
We rode through a valley, slowly climbing the hills. People ...
... to Palestine, we enjoyed sharing camp food and stories, hills and šay stops for the three days that we cycled together.
So ın a couple more days we should reach Mersin, where all being well we hope to leave the bikes for a few weeks so we can head by bus and train to the East of Turkey and Iran before returing to cycle South to Syria. But we will see, our plans seem to be changing every other day at the mınute. We will keep you posted! ...
... yellow, savoury cheddar cheese, topped with shaved almonds, baked until warm, soaked in honey sugar syrup, and finally topped with Kahramanmaraş-style lemon freaking sorbet. It was, quite frankly, the worst thing I have ever put in my mouth. I could only eat half after I made a deal with Scott that for every three bites I had, he would have one bite. Even then I was fighting the urge to puke the entire time. Stringy cheese + sweet stuff = ...