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... built by Fountaine Pajot, 40 feet Lipari Owner's version, Grand Large model, 2010. There now you have all the info. It is extremely well equipped, thus all the time spent studying it all. The current owner's are also Australian and music fans - the boat is called "In Tune" - I thought that was a good case of instant karma. I won't change the flag of registration or name. I spend everyday at the marina and have met many ...
... liberal. Contrast that to the Turks inland who are pretty much the opposite, if I can make a generalization. Erdogan's power base is not in the big cities or along the coast, but in the rural, inland conservative Turkey.
So I get that. But my coffee index surprises me a little. The Ottoman Turks brought coffee to Europe centuries ago and are the ones who perfected the dry roasting and grinding techniques we all use and take for ...
There is a beautiful Amphitheatre next door to our hotel called Antiphellos. It was built of local limestone in the 1st century BCE, but was destroyed by an earthquake and rebuilt in the 2nd Century AD. It has 26 steps and faces the water. The only living things there today were two lovely billy goats basking in the sun. They were very curious!
We walked around the coast for a few kilometres past a ...
... Lycian Way. Stunning. Our photos don't do the views justice. You know the saying every cloud has a silver lining we soon came to realise that had the hotel had the usual ‘trimmings’ the likelihood is that we would not have gone out and explored as fully as we did the wonderful offerings right on our doorstep. In spite of daily intense heat we made sure we raided every ancient tomb that Kas had to offer and reached the parts ...
... paragliding a go (amazing, terrifying, exhilarating), and cruised around an abandoned Greek village, empty since the population exchanges in the 1920s.
Highlight: My moonlit stroll through the forest and along the beach to the Chimaera and Olympos.
Lowlight: The snow and wind preventing me doing the big camping mission that I wanted. I kicked myself for not planning things better and doing it at the start of my trip in October.