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Tourists are so Funny!

July 29, 2015

There is this small village in Turkey called Olympus. Up the hill from the village of Olympus is a hill with burning rock – where methane slowly seeps out from underground and burns at the surface. The hill is called Caldiera. Naturally, in our open touristic state of mind – we put 1+1 together and…

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Hiking in Turkey is All About the Rocks

July 19, 2015

On Tuesday night we hiked up an old road – built for trading olive oil by the Lycians and improved by the Romans. There are still olive trees on the hills. At the top of the road, we found a nomad’s tea shop, a Roman temple, city hall, and cistern. The temple was built with…

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