Barbarossa Club & Hotel
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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.
... baths, theaters, colonnaded walk ways and lots and lots of tombs. The pictures can tell you better than I could ever describe here the many places I put my feet on today.
I met Rahmi and other villagers, so kind and hospitable. This was in Uzuncaburc. We set down and talked about farming, grapes, wines, weather, .... And, no surprise...They didn't let me pay for the many cups of teas I ...
... 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.
April 14, 2014
ANAMUR to KIZKALESI - 167km
Kilikya Hotel - 100 TL
Gift of Strawberries
On our drive to the main road, ...
... a kilo of strawbs and a punnet of white mulberries for about $3; plus apricots and peaches. Eating that through the day makes us feel better. Breakfast is cheese, bread, olives, stras type meat, tomato, cucumber, egg [sometimes hard boiled or maybe omelette]; plus usually honey, jam. We had a fab omelette made and served in a neat copper based dish in Safranbolu. The wine is great but expensive.
Plenty of Efes beer though