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... of Turkish Greeks to Greece and vice versa. Many deaths occurred and people lost everything. When the Greeks Turks came they did not want to live in the village and so it was looted and abandoned. Interesting to see. After much more driving we eventually arrived at Fetihye, which is another seaside resort – this time on the Mediterranean Sea. We are staying facing the marina and it is very beautiful. Dinner tonight at the hotel ...
... and told Ahmet to "find a lawyer if he wasn't happy". Ahmet lost 20 demerits (he has up to 100 before loosing his licence). As a group, we have decided to write a letter to Fez Travel to recommend that they fight the charges as Ahmet has been nothing but professional and has a clean driving record. It was purely a corrupt policeman in action, so whilst I'm sure nothing will eventuate, maybe it might help Ahmet in some way with his employer. ...
... 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 ...
... to the rush of the water on the rocks. It was very peaceful. This air of tranquillity was soon lost as we next were able to do some white water rafting further down the river my family had just been wading through. This was definitely the highlight of the day. We were given big plastic rings to sit in and a double-ended paddle each, then setting off down the fast-flowing, shallow river. The water was so cold and as we went through rapids some entered the middle of ...
... restaurants, bars and souvenir shops. Ran into the Canberra Crowd, joining them for an Efes 5 TL. Walkabout with the Canberra Crowd thereafter for a bit, hitting a market where I bought a large raki which should do through the trip and sundry other items 57TL.
Down to drink the Efes dark with Paul poolside, the Melbourne Mob coming along and then Madame, Robert trundling along in due course. The almonds [masquerading as pistachios] were a big hit. Up to update ...