La Boutique Alkoclar
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... just like being at home! Apart from the temples carved into the cliffs dating back to 400BC. We got onto a boat to travel down the river delta, it was spooky (or was to me as I was the only one who had seen Apocalypse Now). If I had heard choppers I would have been diving for cover. We had another swim (and a body surf!) at the river mouth before a beautiful lunch and a memorable visit to the thermal baths. The ritual was: step into the mud pool, extract a huge pile of ...
... contain very ornate tombs carved into the stone walls. These are Hellenistic in style and look very similar to Petra. Wealthy people and royalty were buried in such tombs. The Dalyan River is not so deep and meanders amidst the bullrushes. It is very peaceful.
We finally arrive at Caunos. This is a town from the 6th century BC. It was conquered by the Romans in the 1st century BC and remained under their ...
... the next day to savour it again - no turtles seen sadly but plenty of crab spotting….what funny little creatures. Graham couldn't resist pointing out to me that even walking at my own pace - not frog marched- we still did the walk in exactly the same time....so maybe I was being a bit harsh on Graham, what fabulous attention to detail my man has.
Now, we just want to share with you a few insights to the less pleasurable side of being a ...
... they're otherwise inaccessible from land. I was able to get some pretty good pictures (thanks to that zoom lens, Dad!) and was able to see a few other monuments that I didn't know were there since they're not usually photographed, so all in all I think the day was a success.
The rest of the day had its ups and downs, however. We started off sailing to a spot near the lake that has been used at least since the Roman period as a hot springs/mud bath healing ...
... we do our first introductory walk. All goes well... a pleasant two hour walk to a huge cave over 20,000 years old and then a trek along the scarp and down a "tricky" hill. back on board. A glorious swim and lunch and three hours to veg out on board before we reach our destination. So we undertake our first long walk...the sounds are what I remember from the day...the quiet of the pine forest as we walk away from the isolated village of ...