Barbarossa Club & Hotel
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... take over 10 years.
The road up there is zig-zaggy, but decent. The view down to Goksu river is breathtaking. I only wish that Silifke's city planning improves a bit and they rebuild the old part of the town.
Please, be careful walking on the walls of the castle and on top of the humongous bastion tops with so much height from the base.
... they invited me over to their homes nearby, i kindly declined....I just get emotional with the generosity of the Anatolian people and how they are so eager to share everything they have.
They also suggested that I make the extra mile up to see the tombs and sarcophagi up the road. I did and captured some of them under the skies just for you. Roads are decent for us to go to same places next time ...
... and you'll notice tombs on the side of the hills and you want to climb and look. just be ready for the thorny plants and moving rocks and gravel.
Once you walk all the way around you'll come across the gates to the city from the south. Huge, huge structure. The path would be full of surprises. Go there.
... lot. Frogs and turtles rested on aquatic plants in the moat.
An Awesome Pair of Portuguese Cyclists
We drove a very scenic part of the coast. The road went up for hundreds of meters then wound down to sea level and back up. Grades were often in excess of 10%. On one of these rugged sections, we saw Portuguese Cyclists Joana and Nuno steadily making the climb on opposite side of road. ...
... started to see kunefe shops everywhere. And the pastanesi was packed with Turkish people enjoying huge plates of kunefe. We thought it must be all right if so many people in the store are eating it! So we were optimistic when the waiter brought us our plates with huge squares of kunefe on them.
As it turns out, kunefe is a dessert comprised of a thin layer of crispy shredded wheat, topped with a one-inch-thick layer of melted, ...