TURKEY: HALFETI, RUMKALE & URFA
Posted November 28, 2009 by David McGuinness
Murat hugged the front of the boat and I grabbed one of the comfy seats. As we the village of Rumkele came into view I could only gasp at the beauty of the village, with its honey-coloured houses and simple but beautiful minaret sloping gently up on the hillside. We stopped for a tea and to admire the tranquility before heading back towards Halfeti. After Halfeti we drove for about an hour chatting in Murat’s broken English and my hundred words of Turkish, before we arrived in the holy city of Urfa. I said goodbye to Murat and set out to explore.
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