Of course, there may be chickens, turkeys, ducks, and
other animals running around
In the middle of an olive grove
But it's easy on the eyes, and everything still in bloom
Main commercial street in old-town; no stoa
The artifacts and commerce here are so
intermingled, it's hard to know where the
cafe ends and the temple begins
"Side" means pomegranate, so we had a cup of the juice;
too bad "Side" doesn't mean "extra dry Bombay Sapphire
martini with one large olive, patted dry"
View back towards new town, beaches, development
Actually, Turkey and Norway have much in
common, at least in terms of taxing booze...
Guess the nationality of most tourists here