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... Russian mafia come up here to eliminate the competition?
On the way back down we ride through a narrow ravine. There is an old stone arched bridge and another strange restaurant built out over the ravine stream supported on very fragile looking poles.
Another trip down to the wifi cafe for cappuccino rounds out the day. Tomorrow we head north back towards Greece.
... potatoes and mushrooms stuffed with cheese.
The road up to the Rivera Restaurant is appalling. It snakes up the mountain, all hairpins, ruts and loose gravel. It is not much fun going back down in the dark but we make it.
And so ends another day in Turkey.
... working as a consultant. Rachel is a 31 year old
teacher in California.
Their grandmothers were pen pals.
Because of this, their mothers met and became friends. The generational relationships ended there – Rachel and Tim met a couple of times when they were younger but didn’t become friends or stay in touch. Then, on presumably ...
... the beach together and then to visit the Eternal Flames – literally fire burning from crevices in rocks at the top of a mountain, supposedly for hundreds or thousands of years.
We meet a very drunk Turkish tourist one night. He knows no English, but that doesn’t stop him from inviting himself to sit down in our group of English only speakers and proceed to carry on a one-sided conversation somehow with us. Stuart and Tim tried to ...
... and pointing we were on the road again with a full tank of gas and still not really knowing where we were going.
Once navigating out of Antalya we visited the ancient city of Termessos. It is not exactly known when this mountain city came to be but it shows up in history in 333 B.C. when Alexander the Great circled the city but chose not to attack it. The common theory is that Alexander, who never lost ...