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... the fruit trees are laden. Wayside stalls sell mouth watering peaches, plums, huge tomatoes, water and rock melon - if only this dang bus would stop for the odd purchase. Ahmet would have more work then - the fruit is mouth watering and dripping with juice. A girl can make a real mess under those circumstances. This fruit is often available at breakfast..... this compliments my two other main food groups .....cheese and coffee.
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... OMG I can't believe I did it. Yen!!!! The views were spectacular but we had to concentre so hard we couldn't enjoy until our rests.
We had to pay 8 lire which is like $4 for a seat and umbrella, well worth it. We had a corona with lime which they plucked of a tree and it was cold and refreshing.
Tonight we go into the near by town of Fethiye for tea and some exploring.
Tomorrow back on public bus to Kas.
... from Scotland and we sort of stuck together. We went out for a wander into town last night, nothing much happening and I think that we were the talk of the town as we walked through the market wearing our summer dresses in the heat, once again thoes slutty knees! It felt as if we were on a school camp and sneaking out! (Side note: Jed wasn't wearing his summer dress.) There is a bloke called Geoff with a G and his wife. When ever Geoff asks a question it usually ...
Hierapolis, the name for this unusual place, was the beloved wife of a Roman Governor of this region, so to honor his wife he named the place after her. Pamukkale , the Turkish name for the place has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, has been a healing resort for ever, since the most remote times, the Romans set up a full complete resort ...
... as I'd hoped (or as portrayed in some pictures) but are a natural marvel nonetheless and quite mystical to look at. Aphrodisias was our next stop; a larger ancient city with many ruins including a theatre, stadium, temple etc. Just as we started the tour, rain caught us off-guard, and the blistering cold made it pretty unpleasant (to be fair, we were a bit silly-Bernard wearing shorts and both of us in thongs, with no umbrella or waterproof jackets, oops!) ...