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... blow you against the rocks! Had windy dinner on a rooftop restaurant.
Fri 26th: Had a REALLY slow day with Rem regretting not having gone on a cruise to Kekova Island. I was reluctant as the cruise was for ...
... from Kas. I am very thankful for this time, because it allowed me some down time to recover from whatever virus had found its way into my system as well as actually enjoy some of the more vacation-y parts of the Turkish Riviera. Believe me, they don't call it the "Turquoise Coast" for nothing.
On Monday I decided to stay in and get some work done from the hostel, and that evening I walked around the city and took pictures of the tombs that ...
... the shore. A little further left are a few houses climbing the hill. A few degrees more and the castle shines as the sun moves behind it. To my right are some beautiful rock formations. The cherry on top is the sea turtle we spot swimming below us. He surfaces for air and my bliss is complete. This is ******* awesome.
After dinner and some laughs with our new friends for the next four days a water taxi comes ...
This morning we were up after sunrise due to the fact that we were on the deck of the boat. It was cold on the deck and I tossed and turned all night. There was someone snoring all night but luckily I brought my ear plugs so it was not that bad. We went to see, the Simena Ruins. The antique city of Simena, which today is called Kalekoy, was a small Lycian coastal city and has been considered a strategic point for settlement from the ...
... is not too bad at all! I did go to the pharmacy, said seasickness, and was handed a box of green pills. They seem to work, so I will be stocking up on them! I also decided that waiting on the boat in between dives was stupid, so I swam to the shore whenever I could and waited there.
Before I become a permanent feature in this town, I will move on. The last two weeks will be a bit more touristy and faster paced, but I am recharged and ready to go ...