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... surviving remains. We had heard of an actual Trojan horse that has been put up there for the amusement of kids, but did not think it worthy of a separate trip. The nearby Gallipoli peninsula also did not hold that much fascination for us despite its monumental importance as the site of a tragic battle in the beginning of the 20th century.
No point in delaying it any longer. It is time to hit the Big Pomegranate.
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... touch of middle east that defines Turkey. You think now that the whole country is like this in a way, a really open-minded muslim and middle east culture, where the western or european influence decays as you move east in this huge nation. Heir of the Ottoman culture and society, Turkey is a modern country where the muslims values are respected, but ussually not in an extreme way. For example, girls don't ussually cover their hair, ...
... and wondering where he had gone wrong. Sometimes it is in the dice…but what about ‘good players making their own luck…’?
On the way back to our pansiyon we stopped at what turned out to be very meadiocre ice cream vendor. Not every experience can be better than the last.
The next day we had a late start as we walked the 2km past the bay and then around the point into a very windy cove ...
... vehicles shoot out the loose stones from under their tires and they bounce off your helmet and body.
That and there doesn't seem to be any type of level gradient. We were cycling along the coast and the road did what Brian liked to call 'porpoising'. Up and down and up and down as regularily as a porpoise jumps up and out of the water as it makes it's way along.
Most hills are long ...
... water around on our bikes for the last week and a half. Now it's time to drench them in vinegar, but I didn't have any. Thus started the fun of trying to identify and purchase vinegar. We were pretty sure that we had found some, but the shop keeper wouldn't confirm even after our sour faces. Instead he went down the street to a buddy who had a translator in his palm. Easily we typed in VINEGAR and out popped the Turkish word and the purchase was ...
Other places to stay in Seferihisar
Sigacik Mah. 126. Sok. No:16 Seferihisar Merkez, Seferihisar | Hotelfrom $46