At 9am, sitting in a café facing a cup of full-bodied turkish coffee, I observe the outside scene with curiosity. A thick fog drowns the city of Yayladağı all morning, in an almost mystical atmosphere.
On the side of the road, Syrian refugees are waiting for help. Some have been settled for over 4 years and hope to return to Syria as soon as the war is over.
On Sunday afternoon, hundreds of trucks carrying aid to Syria line up waiting to cross the border.