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... center of Kilis for lunch.
Olives and pistachios are grown in this area.
Gaziantep is a ...
... 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 ...
... stern, so un-human. The man seemed to have no care in the world other than making us feel uncomfortable and unwelcome. Eventually, he had made his mind up, and we weren’t coming in.
He took our passports one last time to photocopy them, and we gathered our bankcards and drivers licenses up off the table – all items we had used to try and prove that we were who we said we were, and with that we were off walking through the minefield again.
... 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 ...
... I went to the tomb of Rumi, just a stone's throw away. The sun is setting, the full moon rising, and the museum/mausoleum of the Mevlana, as he is known here, is closing. I return to the Sufi's shop, and beckon him to follow me outside. An intense, intelligent, and wise man, his english is sparse. The evening is lovely, warm, glowing in the wake of a sun-soaked spring afternoon. He was curious about my laughing efforts to draw him away from his darkened ...
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Inonu Cad. No 168, Sahinbey | 4 star hotelfrom $80
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Hurriyet Cad. Guzelce Sk. No:50, Sahinbey | Hotelfrom $55
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