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Johnandlouise stayed here on Sep 2, 2010 during their trip titled: As John and Louise embark on a tour of 15 countries in 12 months, stay posted by tuning in here regularly. Same Bat-time, same Bat-channel!.
Am going to have to do a couple of food entries.... The kids are eating the most mind blowing variety of things...Kara even ate a fish eyeball!! Note to self, need to take more care with variety of foods for dinner, make them look more attractive, and set the table properly...Not really rocket science is it!! Starting our walk tomorrow on the Lycian Way down near Antalya on the Mediterranean coast, so might be a while between ...
... of greenhouses in Turkey, and that they mostly grow peppers and tomatoes. No explanation of why they’re empty at this point in time.
After driving through the countryside, we suddenly hit the coast and then drove the rest of the way on a 2-lane highway very similar to the Sea to Sky Highway back home. There were lots of sharp turns and twisty bends. We pulled over at one point to take pictures of a gorgeous white sandy beach below the highway, ...
... shops) were off to the sides. See the squares defined by the stones?
As I walked around the ruins of this ancient market place I thought I could hear the sound of the water splashing in the canal, of children running and of the vendors calling: "Figs, come see my fresh figs" "This fish - my son caught this fish this morning. Best fish ...
... was very good and the Mediterranean weather with its warm breeze is wonderful. There was live music, a man and a woman singing, and they sang two of my favorite songs back to back: ABBA's "I have a dream" and Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah". The Cohen song just seems especially significant in this setting.