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I have moved to Fethiye now, a few hours bus ride along the coast from Marmaris. The main reason for visiting Fethiye is to inspect a boat for sale ( see pic ). However, of course while here, I am doing some sight-seeing. As you will see in the pix, the views across the harbour are spectacular. Aside from viewing the boat Tiki, things I have been doing include:
... from their homelands. The exchange was a result of The Turkish War of Independence. After lunch we got a boat to Kekova a small uninhabited island near Demre. We sailed on the northern side past the partly sunken ruins Dolshiste an ancient town which was destroyed by an earthquake in the 2nd century. While it was breezy on the boat we were able to swim in a sheltered bay. The high salt level made buoyancy very easy. Driving along the coastal road with steep cliffs and bends ...
... off by lying in the sun on a little wooden, home-made sun lounger on the beach before heading back in the jeep to the villa. For the first time all day I finally felt properly dry, it was quite a relief! However, regardless of all the water we encountered today (in all its different forms!), the range of activities we were able to join in with was brilliant fun. Despite the misleading name I would definitely recommend the ‘Jeep Safari’ to anyone visiting this area of ...
... infectious laugh: ha HA haaaaaaa. Left Kekova at 1708.
The day reminded me of what I sense cruising the Greek isles in a comparable boat would be like. So much of the success of such a trip would be the group.
Some land turtles were the highlight of the return trip. In the home stretch, decided on another restaurant and 1930 dinner. Showered to desalinate, getting some of the journal done before my guests, the Canberra Crowd, arrived. Chatted ...
... day, the Mediterranean sea, a great Captain (who kept yelling "welcome to here" and "water is wet"...every time I asked him what kind of fish we were eating he said "sea fish"), and continuous cannon balling and island hopping day after day. Dave caught a fish with only a lure and no bait right off the boat, we both showed our worldly friends some Canadian dance moves and had a time and party that we will never forget.
Today we docked and ...