TripAdvisor Reviews Hulya Pansiyon Erdemli
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... I get home. My family. Djali. My bathtub. El Mazatlan. Zaxbys. Chicken Salad. White Bean Chowder from Cambridge. Buying my digitally downloaded books and putting them on my bookshelf. Familiar sheets. MY CLOTHES. CLEAN CLOTHES. Corn. Vegetables in General. (I kid you not, I dreamt of celery and carrots) English. Margaritas and Pabst Blue Ribbon. *Hours later outside of Mersin* Just got back from dinner (tost as usual). Not only did I befriend a 3 year old who's family runs ...
... take over 10 years.
The road up there is zig-zaggy, but decent. The view down to Goksu river is breathtaking. I only wish that Silifke's city planning improves a bit and they rebuild the old part of the town.
Please, be careful walking on the walls of the castle and on top of the humongous bastion tops with so much height from the base.
... to snap a photo of the strawberry pickers in the field. Noticing our attention, one worker ran to us with a basket of the perfectly ripe red fruit. And they were sweet and delicious. They didn't last long!
Interesting Medieval Castle
Just out of Anamur, we pulled over at the medieval Mamure Castle ...
... to Palestine, we enjoyed sharing camp food and stories, hills and šay stops for the three days that we cycled together.
So ın a couple more days we should reach Mersin, where all being well we hope to leave the bikes for a few weeks so we can head by bus and train to the East of Turkey and Iran before returing to cycle South to Syria. But we will see, our plans seem to be changing every other day at the mınute. We will keep you posted! ...
... set for 5.30 off we went to sleep. While the sun was still down Shona was awoken by a beeping horn. She doesn't remember when she put her shoes on but before she knew it she was fiddling with the lock and shouting at Dino to get the bags. By the time she had ran down the stairs, told the bus driver to wait and ran back up again Dino only had his pants on and was in the process of putting on his shirt.
“What's going on?
“Come on get the bags, the bus is ...