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... the bride and groom would escape, full on fireworks blasting at our open window. Turks. I've never met so many pushy but polite people before. They'll come at you walking on the sidewalk but if you don't back off, often a hand will be extended and the stranger will say "please" instructing you to pass. Almost everyone was accommodating no matter how little English they spoke. We learned very quickly that "turn left" doesn't mean left necessarily. Watch for ...
... a huge tub of tomato paste in it (thinking it was tinned tomatoes) added an unknown tub of sauce (it was delish - with alot of cumin in!!) added brinjals and a tin of peas, and ate that with the most gorgeous bread that you get everywhere in Turkey!!! It was divine!!! We have loved going into the supermarket here - its called Bims. Jeez, but this Turkish lingo is a very difficult language to decipher!! Do you know what the word is for a street - SOKAK - Can ...
... to just about any archaeological or scenic spot in the vicinity. It would have been too expensive to do each one individually, but today I ended up being able to negotiate several sites all in the same trip for a lower price - hooray! This meant, however, that I visited all 4 site in one day, and I'm pretty beat after a long and hot day of sightseeing. Fortunately my tour to see the Kaunos tombs tomorrow includes a leisurely boat ride down a river and a therapeutic mud ...
Travel note: Yes, it looks like I'm always wearing the same clothes, but I have 5 of the same black shirts and 2 of the same blue ones with me. The easiest way to mix and match with a small backpack of clothes, when doing laundry is always an inconvenience while always on the move, is to have a bunch of the exact same clothes.
After arriving late at Fethiye (fett-tee-yah) during this unseasonal cold snap, it was time for to try a Turkish bath.
... higher and higher, wondering when the road would eventually end. We passed the tree line and still we rose higher. The road got so small that there were literally massive cliffs on both sides of the van at a time. We had that sinking feeling in our stomachs and our palms started to sweat. We nervously laughed with each other marveling at the idea that we're taking this van up and not taking it back down.
We arrived at the top of the mountain ...