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... was Oscar's favorites so Dr. Ryder ordered it for the table and it was like a vanilla custard similar to flan but much better. We all also ordered ice cream. I got one scoop of Caramel in a sugar cone. It wasn't just the ice cream that was good it was the experience we had to go with it. The shop owner, his son, grandson, daughter-in-law, and other family was there and their pride for their family owned business poured over us. It was very moving to ...
... 8211; the very street where we were walking, has been painstakingly excavated and restored. We saw some people up on a scaffold meticulously and every so gently scraping out between the bricks. One was squatting on his haunches and leaning forward in the most precarious position, probably for hours – completely absorbed in his task. I hate to think how his legs would cramp when standing up. Giva was desperate to clamber all over the place and even to swing on ...
... So I found a pub with the soccer playing and relaxed for an hour before my 12 hour bus ride to Istanbul.
Things of Note:
- Cappadocia facts:
* 3 volancoes (with the last eruption 10 years ago) shaped the whole area. This includes the five main cities in Nevshire, dating back to 4000 BC.
* In ancient Persian, Cappadocia means "land of the beautiful horses", despite me not seeing one single horse all day.
- 97% of Turkey actually in Asia, despite ...
... 6pm ferry so we sat at one of the many cafes and surprised her as she walked past towards the pier. Bags were sent with a local minicar to the house........no cars allowed on the island, only motorcycles, bikes and a few licensed taxis and trucks. We had our sunset drinks on the veranda as planned.......Kelly has been here twice before and declared that it was good to be home :-). Despite looking Irish I guess she is a little Greek after ...
... to visit the House of the Virgin Mary where she spent the last years of her life and then a small archaeological museum. The area around Kusadasi is very prosperous and rich in marble, pistachio nuts, figs, grapes and tomatoes and there are many firms here specialising in leather jackets. This was another very hot day. Then on to Izmir for the ...
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