The second of our four nights there, we walked to town for dinner. "It's just down the road..." he said. We ended up hiking about 45 minutes to dinner and 45 minutes back. But a hike to build an appetite with four fun kids finding treasures and making me laugh along the way, I'll take it.
We found a restaurant just at the corner of the beach town and the road which took us to our more desolate spot. They served LOTS of bread, which is good for hungry kids to fill up.
I ordered the claypot chicken. It never disappoints, though it is made many different ways.
After our hike back, we found another cozy fire built for us.
And a gorgeous, massive, Anatolian shepherd who wanted to be our friend.