Mirada Del Lago
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... although not too happily & she got the shoes. It was sad to see Syrian refugee families begging in the streets as it must be very hard for them.
The ship left at 2pm but there were 2 others in port so the shopkeepers should be able to make some more sales. Dick had a 2nd acupuncture session so we will have to see how much it helps.
Thursday 29th October
Overnight we sailed to Istanbul ...
... I am glad we aren’t hanging around in Turkey much longer.
Whilst hanging out in the room, I hear from mum and Amy and they tell me dad got through his Knee operation and is feeling good. Which of course being on major painkillers, I’d expect him to feel good (haha). So that’s great news to hear that he got through well. We hang out in our room the rest of the day, head out for lunch and make our own salad sandwiches, and watch ...
... off on the road again for a long afternoon drive. It was cooler today because we were up in the mountains the landscape was mainly dry and baron until we were close to the bush camp where we saw lots of apricot orchards and apricots sun drying by the road side. We set up camp in the mountains where it was quite breezy. As soon as we got off the truck we were greeted by a couple of locals who where worried about us starting our campfire because ...
... were businesses everywhere and it seemed there were plenty of people buying and selling things. It is referred to in economic discourse as an Anatolian Tiger, which is a nickname for an economically prosperous city in central Anatolia, of which there are many.
This city is noticeably more conservative than Istanbul or Izmir. Kayseri is home to, as one ...
... wooden sink made out of a log. It had a mirror that frightened me when I looked at it. My hair looks terrible. We stopped at another restaurant that looked as if it should have beer steins lined up on the wall. It was made of wood - rustic - like a Bavarian chalet - and the owner was reportedly now in Germany.
We are now at the Hotel Ayata in Kayseri. Catherine reports that the sky is black and we are scheduled to go out to dinner at ...