This place had lots and lots of charm. So instead of telling you about it, I'll shut up and just show you now:
Colorful doors might be my favorite :)
Cute spaces filled with bright colors and rustic touches.
More shots of the village...
Bazaars!! I love all the extremely fresh produce I found in this place :)
Turkey is famous for nuts and dried fruits.
Hey what's up Mr. Cock-a-doodle-doo?
Don't know why I was so drawn to this table, but I feel as though I could spend hours there drinking many cups of delicious Turkish tea (right up there with English tea).
Basically, Alaçatı was just plain adorable. I saw old village women in worn dresses with scarves tied around their heads, carrying their groceries as they navigated their way around the cobblestone streets, and I felt as though I was walking in a past time. I liked the simplicity of this place, as if technology hasn't reached the bright doorsteps; however, I hope it stays that way--simple and pure.