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... point than a viewpoint, but interesting, nevertheless.
I am not good at haggling, so where there are no prices indicated, I tend to balk and move on, not being a good shopper at the best of times.
"Madam, madam give me your price" is not language I understand.
Maybe it would be different if I were desperate to have the article, but I am not sure.
As we were leaving, there was a flurry of activity with the stall holders.
"The wind she is coming in ...
... which we see everywhere and have so far managed to avoid buying.
I always feel a little mean if I don't buy something as they are obviously struggling, but no is a good word.
By now all I really wanted to do was curl up and have a snooze, but it was all back on the bus and off to the whirling dervish ceremony instead.
This was very interesting. Having been told a little about the background of this, we could now see it for ourselves. Their 'dance' was ...
... his wife to come over and have an afternoon break. By the state of their modest lodgings just to the left of the stall, I could see that not many people passed this way and I took pity on them and bought one or two smaller items. Ready to move on, she instead suggested that I come over and share their basic meal and drink tea. I didn't wish to be rude, so I followed. I sat down and the husband gave me a chunck of stale bread, bitter tea and together we shared this simple ...
... and they created caves to live and worship in because of the persecution by the Romans invading the area; they provided refuge and hiding places where they sometimes stayed for a few months without surfacing.
During our walk through the gorge, Paul bought pomegranate juice in a little open-air cafe. The cafe offers juice and coffee and an area to relax where you can sit on rugs and cushions on the floor. A very cool spot to stumble ...
... some post card then started the walk back home again. It was a gorgeous sunny day so we sat in the sun and wrote our postcards and relaxed until it was time to put our packs on and trek the 2.5kms into town. We previously asked Mohammed if the owners would give us a lift in but it would cost us 10 lira.. Can't even get a free 5min lift off them! We of course didn't want to spend money on a ride so put our bags on and headed off. Before long a car slowed down and stopped, it was ...