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... imagine what that must have taken and how weather would have effected their crossing. Yesterday was our granddaughter's birthday. And we're not there .... Which bothers her nana. It began with a trip to gusleme. Ok, that's a tasty pancakey affair - but it includes a beach and if you've got fifty dollars, (pounds, euros or lira work), you can go tandem para gliding. The trip to the top of a mountain resembling Yahk mountain on the coqahalla should be enough ...
... one of the first airmen in the Turkish airforce. He was killed in service some time after the first world war. In 1923 there was a cultural exchange of sorts here with Greece. Entire christian Turkish populations were exchanged for Greek muslims. There were a lot more christians so entire villages were left abandoned and never re-inhabited. Today we rented a scooter, drove through the entire city of 200,000, got lost on a freeway we weren't supposed ...
... and Brits. The staff here at the hotels say we're the first Canadians they've ever met here. Weird. Heading to Fethiye today. Credit card problem at checkout uses the rest of our cash almost. A dash to the bus to catch the next greyhound. Could take a smaller bus for half price but when 60,000lbs meets 20,000lbs the $20 difference becomes travel insurance. Not to mention ...
Our Captain described Mamaris as having one of the seven best natural harbours in the world. He was right - a circular enclosed bay, surrounded by treed mountains, a fjord. Due to its beauty, and sheltered anchorage, it is the winter home for many Mediterranean sailing ships. Beautiful sailboats from all over the world, plus many mahogany sailboats in the Turkish style (high pointed bows). It reminded us of the Cook Straight in NZ as you enter South Island and sail along ...
... from the Philippines. After a brief introduction by the local tour agent we were off to our first "destination," a small town with a castle ruin overlooking the town. We had seen enough ruins so we stayed on the boat along with most of the passengers. After lunch, we motored over some sunken ruins of an ancient Lycian city that look about as much like a city as pile of underwater rocks could look. From there we motored past the "pirate cave" also know as a random cave that ...