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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Now back in Finike we have a few jobs to do – G cleans like I have never seen anyone do, and I need to re-build our toilet. :-(
The paperwork and visa situation is progressing, and we have two final paperwork processes to conclude; I expect will be resolved in another week or two.
We are looking forward to you visiting us - just give us a little more time to gain experience! :-) Love to all and thanks for all your comments. ...
In, fact, we have just left Turkey, after three weeks and three days of unadulterated good things, and arrived, by ferry, on the Greek island, Rhodes.
We have spent the last few days at our most southern Turkish port, the small, very beautiful town of Kas, on what the brochures call the "turquoise coast". The water is clear, deep and clean, diving is popular, and lots of British yachting types ...
... after swimming whilst drying the wet one on the side of the boat and then swapping back after the next swim. I can't imagine the burkini lady hanging her outfit on the side of the boat to dry...
Highlights from today included the provided lunch, which included grilled meat and many delicious Turkish salads, several turtles which were spotted swimming around during the stop at Kalekoy and some flying fish seen on the bumpy ride back to Kas.
... walking around the town. We would always stop at the central square and people/dog watch. After getting tired of this we would go to our favourite cafe on the harbour and have tea. We taught the girls how to play backgammon and spent quite a few hours drinking tea and rolling dice.
We did take one day trip while we were in Kas. We visited the ruins of Xanthos, Letoon and Patara. We also took the girls to Patara beach. Patara was ...
... line-height: normal;">The bus picked us up from the hotel- well- not a bus, an old open back Jeep- like one of those Jeeps that shout "you're going on an adventure!" We climbed aboard, joining two French tourists. The jeep picked up a few more passengers and then we drove to a small town about an hour away where we departed from.