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... 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!
... a kilo of strawbs and a punnet of white mulberries for about $3; plus apricots and peaches. Eating that through the day makes us feel better. Breakfast is cheese, bread, olives, stras type meat, tomato, cucumber, egg [sometimes hard boiled or maybe omelette]; plus usually honey, jam. We had a fab omelette made and served in a neat copper based dish in Safranbolu. The wine is great but expensive.
Plenty of Efes beer though
... by a Christian church. This church had a tall ambo from which to preach, and the remains of its steps are here today. Priene was a home base to Alexander the Great as he besieged nearby Miletus. Predictably the Meander River deposited so much silt Priene's harbor dried up and the city was abandoned. Our guide joked that so much silt gets laid down each year Turkey's land mass is growing, and it's a fact. They move the fishing boat docks ...
... for them.
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 ...
... yellow, savoury cheddar cheese, topped with shaved almonds, baked until warm, soaked in honey sugar syrup, and finally topped with Kahramanmaraş-style lemon freaking sorbet. It was, quite frankly, the worst thing I have ever put in my mouth. I could only eat half after I made a deal with Scott that for every three bites I had, he would have one bite. Even then I was fighting the urge to puke the entire time. Stringy cheese + sweet stuff = ...