Dedeman Gaziantep Hotel
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... thinking...Man cannot live off of Coke, chips protein bars and breakfast alone! Anyway! We have a fairly easy drive...at one point I asked Thomas to stop while I ran across the street to get some close-ups of the GIGANTIC cabbages they grow around here. We were in a tiny village called Neserince or Something close. A beautiful young woman offered to pose with the cabbages...and then another younger sister perhaps...and soon I ...
... shared dishes. I enjoy most of them. Jeanne and I decide to walk back to the hotel, as many do. But we’re the last ones out for some reason. We head back to the main street alone, but it doesn’t look all that familiar from ground level. We head back to the restaurant to get directions. Luckily, I have that priceless standby-the hotel business card. One of the waiters walks us all the way back to the hotel, using the more scenic route along a river ...
... goes to die. Needless to say that in our unplanned 2 days there we did not see a single other tourist. We were clearly the only foreigners who had been there in a LONG time and people STARED at us - like full on unabashed gawking and stopping in your tracks to point at us and whisper to their friends.
We eventually a cheap hotel where our conscierge brought us up to the room and proceeded to turn on the tv, which was playing ...
... spring is here!), and next to them my favorite section; the spice merchants. And on and on, the crowds, the colors and cultural whimsy make the bazaar my base of operations in most of these old towns. The crowds are almost exclusively locals out shopping. No one is speaking english. I was a rare sight for the vendors and craftsmen at this market. So I'm looking for some shampoo. Gazing into some unlikely corners of the labyrinth, I heard an unlikely voice in a ...
... My name is Earl'. While watching BBC World we realised they were saying Egypt a lot and decided to make a drinking game of it. Every time they said Egypt we had to drink. Then we added Mubrark and change to it. Fun game. Let's just say I slept well that night. The next day we got up late, had breakfast and set out to look around the town. We realised there wasn't much to see but made the most of a relaxing walk ...