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... interview us. He was doing a report for school. Children learn English in school here. Sinan introduced himself and spoke a few words in English but asked Sue the questions in Turkish. Over the three days lots of friends and relatives dropped in to look at us. Sometimes they talked to Sue in Turkish but most did not.
The Karacan's were all delightful and so good to us, it was a wonderful three days.
Tomorrow we move on to ...
... local market day. However, we were told that the Zeynep was busy at the shop and tomorrow would be better. So wove a little bit more and at 5 we were told it was quitting time. Then tea was served and as we sat down they brought out a birthday cake for Janet's birthday, which will be May 3.
We did get away in time to walk through the market and visit the shop before before our ride back to the hotel. We were exhausted. Dinner and bed were in ...
... time in the schools so the children were off so Nargihan, her children and father-in-law came for a visit from their village 15 Kms away. They usually come on the weekend. First we had to have tea (water for me) and then we got busy.
Weaving has been passed down from generation to generation and about 20 years ago Zeynep and Aysen opened their business.
First we got a demonstration of the looms and all got a chance to weave a bit. ...
... We lingered over breakfast with Song-Y and Harry (Han-Gyu) from Korea. He is on a two month multi-country trip. They are cousins. She, a dietician, is living in Rwanda, Africa as a volunteer for 2 years. They were interested in our travels in India. We'll, you know what happens when we start talking about travel. So we got a late start today.
The LP had down played Selšuk as merely a place with good ...
... remnants of a tunnel that climbs the side of the island. All of which we are free to explore on our own. While we were out exploring, our captain (who we latter found out had spent 4 yeas studying as a chef) sent ashore for some freshly butchered lamb as a final treat for us. Once we got back on board, we gathered on the front deck and shared a few drinks and a few stories. With a smaller group the crew became more at ease mixing with ...