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... been to the castle and reported that there were 23 bastions, a mosque, houses, bath house in the castle. Today, there are only 10 bastions standing, all in awesome shape.
Baris, who works at the teahouse near the castle, and I hit it off and he was kind to be my guide walking me through the archaeological diggings in the castle. Digging is proving to be complicated and ...
Dear Kerem and Emre,
After I visited the Uzuncaburc (Imbriogon), I then drove another 10 km to reach Olba. The story is that Imbriogon king determined to spawn off and set up another small kingdom and that's Olba, which came a bit later. Still, it's a city-state started during Hellenistic period and expanded during the Romans.
... I was passing as the steering went AWOL.
Charly was following me. He saw my frantic 'throat cutting' gesture as he flashed past and I veered over to the shoulder. Accelerating hard he caught up with K-H and they both pulled up half a kilometre ahead.
While I am up strapping the luggage to get at the repair kit they wait for a lull in the ...
... we had to stop and ask them about their journey. They started in New Zealand and are cycling their way back to Portugal which they expect to reach in September. They have heavy loads and are totally self contained. They highly recommended that we stop in Urfa and Mardin, their two favorite places in Turkey.
Silifke has Ruins too!
... be recorded by a scribe; she predicted Alexander the Great's victory at Gaugamela. One column (of 122) required 20,000 workdays from a stone mason. Each workday was worth 8.6 grams of silver, and a column cost 380 pounds of silver. Only 77 were completed.
On the way back to Selçuk, we stopped in Söke (so-kay) for lunch. While we were eating delicious homemade tavuk (chicken) şiş kebaps, Uncle Albert practiced his Turkish ...