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... and you'll notice tombs on the side of the hills and you want to climb and look. just be ready for the thorny plants and moving rocks and gravel.
Once you walk all the way around you'll come across the gates to the city from the south. Huge, huge structure. The path would be full of surprises. Go there.
... 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! ...
... Seriously, no.
Simon actually ate it all - it seems ice cream can mask the most vile flavours for him, but then again, this is a guy who ate ice cream with tomato sauce (a less vinegary ketchup) on it - but we were both feeling pretty ill as we slowly stumbled back to the hotel. Scott and Simon settled in for a few games of chess on the chessboard that Simon had purchased somewhere along the way, while I had a shower and headed to bed.
... saw tents that had gas stoves and electricity to use for television, fridges and light. They still have their flocks of sheep and goats (shoats). Increasingly tourism is becoming a more important income earner and bedouin handicrafts are much sought after. Another sustainable tourism activity could be adventure holidays by camel or hiking treks with or without donkeys. In Jordan, this is already more developed and one of ...