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... is not great, but it has one thing in particular worth traveling for: the world's best baklava. It may have been the best meal I had in Turkey.
The three of us drove from our charming karvansaray near Nemrut to Warrior for Islam Antep on the morning of April 27. I wanted to get baklava immediately, but Dennis and Keith suggested a proper lunch of kebaps and lahmucan (Arabic pizza). Fine. We ate a quick lunch underneath ...
... and story boards explaining what makes Gazaintep cuisine unique and exciting.
We began chatting with two women visiting from Istanbul who suggested we try the katmer from Katmerci Zekeriya Usta, a local specialty restaurant. Now that was as fun to watch being made as it was to eat. (See the video below)
... be viewed giving background information. Each mosaic displayed also includes information regarding its background. The lighting in general is very low in the spacious building. The feeling is not cramped as typical in many older museums. Its layout is open to give the feeling of actually walking through the river level homes and then up to the hills above to look down on the displayed mosaics.
A number of the mosaics on display were removed from ...
... visas. They ushered us into the main border office and we filled in some forms. Everything seemed to be going well and we were confident at that point. The waiting room had pictures of Bashar Al Assad everywhere and the general feel of the office was of chaos as middle eastern men jostled with each other to show their passports to the border control.
After 30 minutes or so, 3 men approached us and told us to come into a back room. We sat down in ...
... company should have known what was happening.
We headed to the old centre of town, to the market precinct. Parked the bus near the Kale (Roman, restored by Justinian in C6; rebuilt extensively by the Seljuks in C12 + C13; occupied by the French after WWI and liberated by a local uprising in 1920), We walked up the hill past the castle walls & across to the Bakircilar Carsisi (Bazaar). A rambling and labyrinthine complex of alleys, ...
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