Alicati is a town on the “Turkish Riviera,” and it’s a favored getaway for wealthy Europeans, especially Greeks. It’s almost certainly lovelier to me during the quiet off-season.
Shoe polisher and scooter in the off-season, Alicati, Turkey, (c) 2016 Brian Awehali
Alicati, Turkey street pottery. Note the lovely quiet emptiness of the streets. (c) 2016 Brian Awehali
Kebelek storefront, Alicati, Turkey. The flowers aren’t real, but the flag is. (c) 2016 Brian Awehali
“Stay calm and drink (buy) more wine,” in Alicati, Turkey. (c) 2016 Brian Awehali
Alicati cats stake out A.M. rendering lessons at the fish market. It’s very important that not one, but two flags festoon your fish cleaning operation. (c) 2016 Brian Awehali
Visionally impressive but nutritionally disastrous Turkish breakfast. 80% of what you see here is a kind of “preserve” suspended in simple syrup. In the U.S., this would qualify as “part” of a nutritious breakfast. (c) 2016 Brian Awehali