Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Mid-Spring in the Mediterranean: Moonlit Night

The moon was beautiful each night, hanging above the sea. We decided rather than walk into town, we would place an order for dinner that first night there at the hostel with the "Mom" who could be hired to cook a meal.

While we waited for dinner, the kids had fun playing ping-pong.

And the "Dad" of the pansiyon, a family business, built a fire for us to enjoy.

We ordered a couple of chicken kabobs to share, as well as some of her homemade side dishes, called meze. This was smoked eggplant and peppers. I've refrained from taking too many food pictures this year, so as not to make Firstborn sad! But since she will be coming soon, I've started sending her pictures.

Salads here are always so fresh and wonderful.

Spicy esme (sort of, but not exactly, like salsa, but they eat it with bread, not chips) and garlic/olive oil yogurt. I'm just going to tell you, it's all good.

And we, of course, ended our meal with Turkish tea.

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