Aqua Princess Hotel
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... IN TUNE departing Finike Monday 25th May. Officially we departed Turkey and were in international waters. Unofficially, we have moved about 30 N miles along the coast to Kekova, and found a safe, quiet anchorage to hide out at anchor. We could not go ashore lest we get arrested as illegal immigrants. We will stay here for 3 days, then return to Finike and check into immigration again, and then as a visiting cruiser, G will get a new visa; ...
... and to turn a blind eye to the unsettling sight of us in Speedos.
That brings me to my last entry about our time in Turkey, which we have enjoyed enormously. From the religous orthodoxy around the Blue Mosque area of Istanbul, to the snows of central Turkey, to the warm Mediterranean coastal towns, the people have been helpful and fun. It's also very cheap to travel here, and the food ...
We'd been informed by our guesthouse owner that the trail was well marked with red paint so when I found a red X we followed it for a while. Too long actually, as after 30 minutes of getting pricked whilst bush bashing and sliding on gravel we decided we'd lost the trail. In fact, we'd never been on it. Back at the red X, we found some nearby markings of a red and white line. This was the trail. Turns ...
... We arrived, met our guide/ instructor, went over how to paddle, what our route would be and then we took off. Dara and I rode in a tandem kayak, she was in back steering and I was upfront setting the pace. I guess I was excited, because I kept paddling at a pace that Dara reminded me was definitely not maintainable.
... very fast to another hotel employee. I said to Anya, I bet that is our bus driver and he doesn't know the way to Kas.
Sure enough this proved to be true.
We had the most amazing trip over three lots of mountains, high enough in spots to almost touch the mountains with snow still clinging to the top. We drove through some big towns at first and then moved into the country side where the mountain cashmere goats ...