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... around the boat (actually pacific gulls had come to feed off a few slices of mouldy bread I had thrown out.) We will return to Kekova and spend more time another visit when we are allowed to go ashore – there is a lot to see here – a castle, ruins, sunken sarcophagus, walking trails, springs etc.
Tuesday evening, I couldn’t figure out what the booming sound was like distant cannon fire. After our return to Finike, the puzzle ...
... of various civilisations everywhere. At Ephesus, for instance, there are structures from Lykean, Roman, Greek, Byzantine, and Ottoman architects, as well as heaps of plastic junk dropped by modern-day tourists.
Dogs - to be born a dog in Turkey is to have it all. Not only do you get free vet attention, and an operation to rid you of any impulsive urges which might pop up, but you get fre ...
... partly due to its reputation as always being the first boat to cast off from the dock. The remaining portion of reason was the patient and helpful nature of the dive masters. This latter trait was crucial as Lauren was well on her way to having a full blown flight or fight response. And was leaning heavily to the former. But our guide, Kana, helped us select our gear and reminded us how to assemble it.
I regret to admit that I did ...
... that's too bad about this whole area is that it wasn't a protected site until 1990 and many people came though and picked off pieces of the ruins that they liked or seemed valuable. In addition, there were many pirates and others who came looking for treasures and broke open tombs and stole the contents.
... for fires and makeshift small shelters dotted here and there around the mountain and rocks used to mark out areas for small farming. Lots of tractors overloaded with goods and finally the fertile ground where the farming was more organized into rows of fruit trees and vegetables and ploughed land. Mind you we saw some land being ploughed with a donkey and a man pushing a plough behind.
We passed lots of goats and sheep ...