Despite having been living in Turkey for just over two years now, we had not experienced a traditional ‘village breakfast’… Well, that’s not strictly true, we did have one somewhere near Assos the year we rode the bike from London to Selçuk. So, more accurately, we should say we had not had a ‘village breakfast’ since we moved to Turkey.
This morning we headed out with a couple of friends to view Anaia (currently under excavation by a crowd of very friendly archaeologists from Ege University). We drove back home the pretty way, stopping off at Çoban Belen for tea or coffee. The serpme kahvaltı, however, looked so good, that we were tempted to stay and indulge. The view was also pretty good!