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I came across this science test yesterday. I scored 11 out of the 12 questions (I always was a B grade student). I hope you can access the link. See if you get all 12 correct:
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We are in Finike marina right now and this week was Geraldine's birthday (Tuesday 29th).
As a bit of celebration we hired a car on Monday and did some sightseeing going to Elmali, Arykanda (ruins) and to see the Chimera up close at night. Arycanda is one of the old Lycian cities dating back to the 2nd millennium BC. But the oldest remains from the city date from the 6th or 5th century BCE. ...
... serendipity moment, and as our GPS oft takes us to camp sites which are now nuclear waste dumps or never actually existed, it now takes us down a 10 k dirt track to a place called Dalyan....and it was terrific. We would recommend it ....beautiful, tranquil, on a river with the sea about a half mile downstream, thermal mud pools, and a turtle sanctuary to boot.
As well as a great spot, another Lucretian moment. The Turks are not the worst drivers in the world...they ...
... a stroll around town, napped and checked in. Bridge then proceeded to take a further nap whilst I went about beginning negotiations for our five days of volunteering in a cafe. We saw a 'help wanted' (pictured) sign out the front of a cafe during our morning stroll, so I thought I'd go see what it was all about. I ordered the omelette and a long black and waited. The omlette was as described, and the coffee was the best I'd had for a long, long time. After a brief game of ...
... I was dropped off and waited in a wood shelter, on a bench next to some skinny Turkish rasta kid with a plastic bag of clothing. I'd say we were on the road again within 20 minutes, which surprised me. This bus was fine with the whole man/woman seating situation, which was good because there were only two women on it! The other was a Japanese woman traveling alone. She looked angry. Maybe she was just serious. Maybe we all were. My place, the ...