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Then the three of us went to his home where there were 3 other couch surfers. We could take a shower and had a cosy and nice evening with some wine, popcorn, lots of music (youtube can be a very democratic dj :-) and chats with those four.
After a good night sleep, we would meet at 9 to go for a breakfast somewhere. I was a bit skeptical, how late will that be?, but to my surprise, at 9 we left the house. Our host bought some ...
Start: İskenderun Katholısche Pılgerherberge
Startzeit: 6:15 Uhr
Zugkılometer von Iskenderum nach Mersın: 228 km
Buskılometer von Mersın nach Sılıfke: 88 km
km Sılıfke - Tasucu: 20 km
Gesamt km: 4622
Ziel: Tasucu Faehre Tasucu - Gırne
Nach taktıscher Krıegsfuehrung gegen eınen Mueckenschwarm ın meınem Zımmer, der ...
... figures from its fresco roof still remained.
Behind the chapel the path descended further into the Chasm of Hell. This was a large, dark, lifeless cave cut into the chasm wall; above this entrance was a set of recesses in the rock that looked like the eyes and mouth of a face screaming in eternal agony. The cave itself was coloured from a palette of black, brown, and pale green, and inside more creepy stalactites dripped from the ...
... heart and other organs in Tarsus. I guess they were concerned he might arise from the dead if his component parts weren't separated out?
We crossed the river using a restored ancient Roman bridge which afforded a nice view of the well-lit fortress on the hill overlooking the city, and walked to the Gözde Restaurant where we enjoyed a delicious meal and the company of the very friendly owner. He recommended the Iskander Kebab, ...
“What's the time? I thought the bus wasn't meant to be here until 6.”
“I don't know what the time is, but the bus is here NOW, so get the bags!”
Dino was very confused, but did as he was told and we made the bus. Mind you we shouldn't have had to get up that early as the bus passed our pension a further two times before it left the village.
We sat back to watch the scenery go by and get some sleep.