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... in the Turkish Airways CIP lounge where I got a needed shower. I tried to book a suite to take a nap and massage but they were all booked. This lounge is one busy place, well organized and well serviced like a resort. It has chefs all over the place making satays, turkish pizzas, soups, salads and all sorts of culinary food. Delicious! I tried every food station plus the large selection of beverages ...
... and the rest of the people..mostly Australians.
Its now 2130 and we have had our meeting , met our guide Ekrem and most of the people, we have one Canadian from Vancouver, a pair of Kiwis, a pair of Americans, an Englishman and nine Australians. Should be interesting ?
We took off down the lane for dinner and were once again held up by Kojac (because he is bald) trying to entice us to dine at his place..he won me over ...
... Pine memorial but on the way we stopped at some trenches on the side of the road. The road is basically in the middle of no man's land and then the trenches on either side of the road were the front lines for each side. Today the trenches are about 2 feet deep and only 1 wide as over the years dirt has naturally filled them in. There were also some old communication tunnels visible so you could see how they got from further back trenches to the front line. It was crazy to see ...
... who aren't too big on palaces anyway, so we walked away.
We did go to Saray Muhallebicisi for a little snack. They specialize in puddings, and I got a chicken breast one. That's right. It wasn't actually very good. The drink I got, called Sahlap (or Sahlep, or Salep), is a combination of vanilla root and condensed milk with some cinnamon. It's quite thick but pretty good.
The place we're staying is actually just a few rooms at a restaurant, so the breakfast is ...
... are places they have dug up that have 6 different eras thousands of years apart all within 5m of each other. You could be standing on something 3000yrs old with you left foot and 2000yrs old with your right. That night we stayed in Ayavalik, which is a laid coastal town dating back to the ottoman-Greek period, some of the old locals still speak Greek. We watched the sunset and stayed in a funky b&b. Wednesday we took off to Selçuk which is the town next ...
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