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After a breakfast consisting of eggs and bacon, we headed back to a little bit more of civilization to Datça. On the way we took a right to head for the old houses of Datça. Here we found my birthday presents. A silver ring with a milk opal and the Hand of Fatima as an opal. We then went to the harbor for a coffee, looking at tiny yachts and having my handbag repaired which was a birthday present ...
... might drive up to Marmaris, but that would have been a 1,5 hour drive one way. Since we were invited for coffee and cake in the early afternoon we decided against it. Then we thought we might drive into the town of Datça. We finally agreed on Knidos. We were in Knidos 10 years ago when Eric was three. A lot has been done ...
... goats cheese, cucumbers and tomatoes. Yummy. We then strolled over the small market and bought nuts, cheese, pears, grapes and plums. We also had a quick dip in the sea. It was a bit chilly, but the water is crystal clear. Beautiful. The whole day was without electricity. Also a new experience. Dinner plans are: ...
... three hour drive, but also with hardly any traffic but lots of winding roads. We are staying in Palamutbükü in a little cozy guesthouse. The Mediterranean right in front of the door. Down the street a small restaurant with Turkish appetizers. No internet. That might take some getting used ...
... Everyone in Kamloops is so worried about high speed Internet. Maybe tractors are a better pursuit. "Hey, anyone going biking today?" "Nah, think Ill go pull a water wagon around or plough some dirt". Speaking of, there seems to be a lot of water being transported everywhere by tractors. I've often said that what you see in the majority world is the future. Buy tractor and water stocks. You'll see. At the very least, get a rototiller and stockpile some ...