Is turkish like espresso? Two things - I count that pot of coffee as part of my day's water consumption so I kind of get that out of the way early in the day. Also, I've come to cherish that two hours of sluffing around in my pajamas and not allowing anyone to talk to me until I "wake up".
Where do you get turkish coffee?
Kinda sorta, but it's really just different. It's a really, really finely ground coffee. You basically take a pot, put in as much water as you need for the number of cups you're making, then put a heaping tsp of coffee into the pot for each cup, then you chuck in as much, or as little, sugar as you want - it's best when it's thick and sweeeeeet - then you simmer it up to a slow boil and when the coffee begins to rise to the surface, you pour it out - gently - into a cup. Let it cool a tad, and then sip and enjoy. That's what really makes it different from espresso, which is brewed by forcing hot steam through the grounds; in turkish coffee the grounds are gently heated up and their flavor released in a more relaxed way.
Depending on where you are, you should be able to get it at any largish grocery store, or if there's a coffee specialist near you, from them.
In terms of "waking up" time - which I love - nothing says you have to actually take that long to wake up, all that's needed is that everyone else believe it takes you that long to wake up. Sort of like the story I once heard about Edison going fishing with a pole and line that had no hook on it - he did it not to catch fish but so that people wouldn't bother him because they thought he was trying to catch fish.
As far as water goes, I don't know if I'd count coffee towards the daily ration of water; caffeine is a diuretic and so probably removes all of the water, and then some, leaving you with no net benefit (and perhaps a slight deficiency).