Green Valley Apart Hotel
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... available taking you up the Azmak river and offering you the chance to swim which was certainly very refreshing!
Whilst in Mugla we were invited to a wedding celebrations for a couple that were due to get married the following day. This was a great opportunity for us to discover the Turkish culture and experience the unique Turkish celebrations. This was great fun and we were ...
... interview us. He was doing a report for school. Children learn English in school here. Sinan introduced himself and spoke a few words in English but asked Sue the questions in Turkish. Over the three days lots of friends and relatives dropped in to look at us. Sometimes they talked to Sue in Turkish but most did not.
The Karacan's were all delightful and so good to us, it was a wonderful three days.
Tomorrow we move on to ...
... air on TV and will get a copy. And this was all before noon!
Today for lunch they were making börek, a delightful light pastry with filling. The filling today was greens, onions and feta cheese. They made them in the courtyard. Janet volunteered to help.
We spent the afternoon practicing on the fly shuttle and weaving samples. By 4:30 we were ready to quit and thought we would walk to the square to visit their shop and the market as ...
... time in the schools so the children were off so Nargihan, her children and father-in-law came for a visit from their village 15 Kms away. They usually come on the weekend. First we had to have tea (water for me) and then we got busy.
Weaving has been passed down from generation to generation and about 20 years ago Zeynep and Aysen opened their business.
First we got a demonstration of the looms and all got a chance to weave a bit. ...
... Who knows how far the have to travel every day. I love the many old stone walls still standing. They separated properties for centuries
We passed beautiful Yaylakavak Baraji (reservoir). It looked like fish-farms in the center of it. Eventually we came out on pavement again.
Back on the Flats
At Çine we connected with the Highway to Aydin, a big town where we hoped to find a hotel. ...