…but we are readying to leave, for that very light is dying, and we wish to make it onto the streets before sundown…So ended my last proper post, weeks ago; just as D and I had… Read More
The channels were just a blur as I was changing them too quickly. There was nothing to watch. The cooking was done. I didn't want to read. Sigh! Nothing to do. And then suddenly I heard a vo… Read More
some nice posts on istanbul here.and more from me soon- we did not freeze at Fethiye, and I promise to write about what we did do Read More
Under clear skies and by windswept fields, gentle welcoming hills offering fleeting glimpses of blue between them, we come to the otogar at Fethiye- its size commensurate with the small-but… Read More
The roads are wide, clean and level. There are vast fields with thin trees leaning by the side of the road; hills and valleys seemingly made only of an odd combination of rock and vegetation… Read More
At some point we realise that 2 days in Selcuk is one day too many. There’s Ephesus, and then there’s nothing much else in Selcuk proper. So that’s why people use it as a b… Read More
Lunch was enough to set us off, and since we could not see any mini-buses or anything else to take us back, we started walking toward the highway, deciding to take in the remnants of some ru… Read More
But the trip was not only about lunches, dinners and tourist Sight 1,2,3 (or ‘locations’, as we could not help calling them). It is a satisfying but easy thing to fall into- a ch… Read More
Lunch was not particularly significant except it was the only reason we left the site at Ephesus. If we could have eaten something, anything within the site itself, we would have, and remain… Read More
What was, without any doubt at all, the most moving time of our day at Ephesus, was the time we spent toward the end. Some tourists/groups enter from the side we exited, and so come upon the… Read More
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