Eftelya Apart Hotel
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... and getting to know each other. On the Monday the work started; this consisted of 4 hours per day from 10am-2pm, 5 days per week. The work itself was very easy; we painted the walls and dog houses, but the majority of the time was spent looking after the dogs and ensuring that they were okay. There were always new puppies arriving each day so much of the time was spent playing ...
Again we made our way to YeşIlyurt for our final day of weaving. Lots to do. First, we finished weaving, so our projects could come off the looms. Then, we learned how to twist fringes by hand, make a knotted fringe, add tassels and finally make Leno. We didn't finish the Leno so now we all have homework! Though no one will be checking up on us.
After school was over for the day, a young boy, named Sinan, in Grade 7 came to take ...
WOW, what an exciting day! We again caught the 9:00am dolmuş to Yeşılyurt. This is about 10 kms from Muğla. Our first project today was to complete the threading of the heddles. We were working away when the man from the TV station arrived to film us. He made videos and took pictures and interviewed Sue (in Turkish) while we warped the loom, wound bobbins, and learned to weave with a fly shuttle. We will know tomorrow when and where ...
... no reason to hang around. Consequently we were surprised to find an enchanted area with Roman ruins smack dab in center of old town, complete with storks nests and a beautiful castle perched above the town.
Ferry Port of Kusadasi
After spending another hour or so we finally got on the road at around 11:30 am. We had to force feed TomTom the more coastal route instead of ...
... on the 20th. Traditional Turkish food and so much of it. But it had to feed an army; many of the rellies turn't up - uncles, cousins, grandparents etc. They lead a very extended family life here. Was a good night.
They own a marble factory. Did a "tour" of the factory. Interesting and good stuff. But too heavy to put in my backpack and bring a piece home for my kitchen bench.
And Jack was spotted in Turkey - by one of my friend Kadir's uncle.