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The largest Turkish city on the western Mediterranean coast, Antalya was a lovely place to spend our next few nights. Our accommodation was located down one of the many little laneways that meander around this wonderfully preserved old city district of Kaleici. Surrounded by the remnants of rock walls, the area nestles in the cliffs …
... dark wood and high mildewed ceilings in the old part of town. My room was guarded by two mannequins dressed in traditional clothing. They didn't freak me out at all. The next day I decided to meet Peri and her friends in Kas, so I got to rest for a few hours on an air conditioned mini bus. Boring! But here are some pictures from that ...
... but I couldn't as I had the costume on and we didn't know when we were going on, it also didn't help me that the speaker before our performances spoke like 15-20 minutes overtime, then we had the representative of the exchange students speak in Turkish and present a speech on behalf of all of us, then they put videos of the exchange students up on the board (The week before the conference they asked all the exchange students to make a speech introducing themselves and ...
... That night was the much awaited expedition to the Chimeara or as commonly known, the flames of Olympus. Homer, in his Iliad and Odyssey spoke about the Chimeara all those hundreds of years ago. The 6 of us donned our hiking boots, (except for me in my slipslops) attached our "kopligte" and headed for the trek up the mountain!!! Jeez, I wont lie, it was QUITE a climb!!! After huffing and puffing for over an hour we finally made it. What an amazing phenomena to see these ...
After leaving Egirdir (where travellers are few and far between), we arrived in Antalya, a large modern city on the Mediterranean. We are staying in the old town, where there are once again cobbled streets and not much traffic...but it is definitely a tourist town and a bit too upmarket for us! However, today we walked to the museum and it ...