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We arrived in Selchuk a day earlier than planned as we were very efficient in our site seeing in and around Pammukale . It was also nice to leave a real tourist trap. Selchuk does cater to tourists but I get the impression that most of the tourists come by bus and leave each day to return to their cruise ship or larger cities such as Izmir.
... well, to the point of saturation. After Aphrodisias on the way to Selcuk, we attempted to find the remains of Antioch. In spite of some sign posting, and slow rural roads, we must has passed it by. We must have something left to do another time! Eventually got into Selcuk in time to go and do some shopping, and to have a chat with our favourite carpet seller who we had met previously. Seems to be a young man with high ideals - highly commendable but we suspect he might be in the wrong ...
... Even to us tourists who don't know where we are going or what we are doing they are fine!!
Arriving in Selcuk we found our hotel easily. Kayla has been sniffly this afternoon and we decided to have a short walk before a quick dinner, then early to bed. We saw the stork nests Selcuk is well known for and some even had young chicks in them. The town is a favourite nesting place of the storks from April to September. The nests are mostly built on top of ...
The population of Turkey is 98% Muslim, so the house serves as a shrine for Muslims as well. Muslims do not believe in the divinity of Jesus, but they do recognize the virgin birth, and recognize him as a holy prophet. Notice the photo of the sign that points out references to the Virgin Mary in the Koran.
The scenery surrounding the house is also very nice. Several of us were able to enjoy some coffee and purchase some souvenirs.
... and I know. Picture several groups of men all sitting round a table, all drinking black tea (chai) out of small tulip shaped glasses and playing board games! No milk, no lemon and definitely.......no women! This is turkish tea culture at its best! Being of British descent and loving my tea, Mark and I have been into a few of these tea houses...it was only when I was in about the third one that I realised there were no women....I ...