Our plan today was to do nothing. And then we realized we were out of cash and needed to go into town to get some more. Once there, we decided we may as well jump in a shuttle to the little Greek town, Serince a few kilometers outside of Selcuk. It was the so quiet and calm and quaint that it we agreed it was exactly what we thought all of Turkey would be like.
We wandered past the shops and through the little back alleys of the town. We stopped in an old church and sat in the back chatting as other tourists – some in suits – strolled through. There were a lot of birds and we were both wondering and waiting for one of the birds to drop a little gift on the Turkish men in suits. It didn’t happen, but the idea entertained us for awhile. We wandered some more. We chatted some more. Our latest game is asking each other questions a la The Newlywed Game and guessing what we think each other would answer. (We have pretty much exhausted the “What if” and the “Would you rather” questions) I bought some olive oil soap and we called it a day.