|This lady and her husband (below) were espeecially friendly to me.|
right outside our hotel and severely twisted my left knee and right wrist, particularly my thumb. I was so fortunate I didn’t break, a bone, my camera or more severely scrape my knees as it could have wreaked havoc with the rest of the trip. It’s been challenging ever since though to walk up or down steps but Steven has been an absolute trooper holding my left hand when we come to steps. Unfortunately though, my knight in shining armor couldn’t come to my aid when I had to use squat toilets! That’s been, excuse my language, bloody painful, because of having to bend my knees and then bracing both hands on either side of the walls try to get up again – not the most graceful of images, I assure you.
|Bought some decent raisins at last.|
At the town's only roundabout, there was this very large replica hot spring in case you forgot what Karahayit's famous for.
We sure needn’t have spent time in
|Never seen shoes this big before!|
After taking the dolmus back to Pamukkale, we walked back to our hotel, passing this really nice playground but on the rockiest terrain I've seen.