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... we have ever had with crispy base and delicious topping and a Greek salad as well. Definitely come back next time!! Cute little Yaya in her blue checked pinny serving too. After that we did something a bit naughty! Bought some gin and put it in a water bottle. Felt like naughty school kids up the back lane! Sure it will taste extra good too! Back on the tender for the 5 minute trip back to the ship for a read and write in the sun on our BALCONY ...
... the terrace houses. I felt we rushed through many parts of it and I would have preferred, I think to have followed along with the Rick Steves tour I had listened to this morning. From there we went to the ruins of the Basilica of St. John where John is supposedly buried and also to the lone pillar from the remains of the Temple of Artemis ( a pagan God or perhaps Goddess I can't remember which at the moment. Between the two is a mosque ( used to day) which was built from ...
... that - relaxing! Eating, drinking, wandering, shopping and organising onward travel as much as we could. One day we ventured out to walk the Lycian Way. ( a section of it as it is 500 km) The scenery was spectacular and the photos do not give it justice. But to begin the walk we had to travel to a nearby town , Oludeniz - definitely "little Britain" which was just awful. Signs of "Proper English Breakfast" and bars that displayed a schedule of English soccer clubs on television. ...
... there is little traffic.
That evening, dinner by the sea again, a strong wind came up and blew some pieces of cucumber out of our salad.
The Bonis Hotel is a nice old hotel by the port run by a very friendly old man and a very grouchy old woman. "Do you think they are a couple?" -- "That is not possible. That woman's husband could not be so cheerful, unless he has just been informed that he is terminally ...
... why the Greek government
invested in a road to this totally isolated beach until one notices a few splendid villas said to belong to an assortment of celebrities!!
We crossed the island south to Ireon to visit the remains of the Temple to Hera, but the grounds were closed! Upon returning to the boat we had a long chat with the proprietors of Chrysoteque, Jayne (from the Hunter Valley – AUS) ...