Fomented carrot juice. This really looks tempting. Ahem. Especially when its a colour different to what you think carrots should be. This was from a road side kiosk shop that sold cigarettes and newspapers.
These market carts are popular in Tarsus selling all kinds of wares. I bought a jar of honey for 12TL (£3) which I later had confiscated in the airport as I had in my carry on, as honey is a type of liquid. Bah. Wasn’t impressed.
As well kebabs and mezes which are found in Turkish run places all the big cities in the UK, Turkish food can also be refined also, I like the fact there are many places to eat outside with nice gardens and fountains. This restaurant back in Goereme provides meals on hot plates not dissimilar to candle powered heaters in Indian restaurants I have seen.
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