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... tea and made a us an egg and beef dish, along with fresh yogurt, fresh cheese, and homemade bread. They put a table cloth on the living room floor and we had a picnic in their house. Saturday, November 12 We left Sanliurfa this morning on our way to Gaziantep, our last stop on this trip. Our first side trip was to Gobekli Tepe, an archeological site of the earliest temple (about 11,000 years) old. Only small portions of it have ...
... abkuehlen lassen muss.
Gazıantep ıst aber vor allem bekannt fuer dessen Dessert. Es gılt als Ort, wo es dıe besten Baklavas der Welt gıbt. Das ıst eın sehr populaeres Pıstazıengebaeck. Hıer ıst wohl fast jeder 10te Laden eın Baklavacı. Praktısch alle Desserts trıefen vor Sırup. Dıe Baklavas werden z.b. ganz am Schluss noch ın eınem Sırup gekocht. Es gıbt ...
... being grossly overcharged, we didn’t have too many more options.
We arrived at the border a few minutes later and began to make our way through. This was an experience I will never forget. To start with, we had to be driven through part of it, under no circumstances were we allowed to walk. When we were finally dropped off in what I assume was international territory, we donned our rucksacks and started to cross through.
On both sides of ...
... of generally unhappy people. And to add to the ugh factor, Deb got sick at this point as well. All in all, the timing was actually perfect because she could stay in bed and take care of herself while not feeling that she was missing out on exploring any once-in-a-lifetime must-sees. I checked out the town a bit more, reported back to her, and yep, we were good to hang out and catch up our photos and blogging. Flights booked back to Istanbul and ...
... spring is here!), and next to them my favorite section; the spice merchants. And on and on, the crowds, the colors and cultural whimsy make the bazaar my base of operations in most of these old towns. The crowds are almost exclusively locals out shopping. No one is speaking english. I was a rare sight for the vendors and craftsmen at this market. So I'm looking for some shampoo. Gazing into some unlikely corners of the labyrinth, I heard an unlikely voice in a ...
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