Monday, 23 September 2013

Selcuk. Break your fast like a princess.

The Agora
We were to visit Mary's house in the hills near Ephesus and stopped off for my second Turkish breakfast! Unfortunately, there are no photos of the first breakfast as despite the fact that it was a deliciously lavish affair as I had a tummy ache which stopped me from eating all of it, though I thoroughly enjoyed THIS breakfast!

The first breakfast was in Izmir at a place called Sir Winston's Tea House. The second was a little restaurant in Seljuk called Agora

Tomatoes, cucumber, olives, a chunk of cheese, an equally large chunk of butter and cold sliced sausage


Lots of freshly baked bread


Crumbled goat's cheese topped with blackberry preserves; and divine clotted cream and honey


Baked eggs


All washed down with copious amounts of Cay

After eating so much, we went for a teeny little walk around the restaurant. This is what we saw on the walk. 

Can you guess what tree this is? 


Oranges... they were orange trees and they lined the street next to the restaurant


A crane's nest and an interesting mosque roof with bottles stuck into it to draw natural light into the inside


And then there was the Ugur Mumcu (a Turkish investigative journalist assassinated in 1993) memorial 


Can you read it? 

I am a follower of Ataturk
I am a republican
I am a secularist
I am an anti-imperialist
I stand for the independence of Turkey
I am a libertarian
I am an advocate of human rights
I am against terrorism
I am an enemy of fanatics, thieves, opportunists and exploiters
Then shoot me, tear me into pieces
Every piece of my body will bring into existence
New ones who will even outdo me

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