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... imagine what that must have taken and how weather would have effected their crossing. Yesterday was our granddaughter's birthday. And we're not there .... Which bothers her nana. It began with a trip to gusleme. Ok, that's a tasty pancakey affair - but it includes a beach and if you've got fifty dollars, (pounds, euros or lira work), you can go tandem para gliding. The trip to the top of a mountain resembling Yahk mountain on the coqahalla should be enough ...
... of their existence had been spewed throughout the boat; on the front deck, near the toilet, etc. By the way, when you imagine Larry, think of a cross between PSY and Leslie Chow the villain in the Hangover movies. We once again left before sunrise in an attempt to make it to the Butterfly Valley before 8am for breakfast. We all slept on the deck this time and most of us slept until we were tossed out of bed by the waves around 7:15. Cozy in our beds made by Sue ...
Meis Island Greece Meis Island also known as "Megisti" is just 3 miles off the Turkish coast. It is one of the Dodecanese Islands, part of Greece today, with a population of 425. Fred & I decided to visit this island today. It was a day trip, & the island is only about 30 minutes from Kas by ferry. We did not know what to expect & were surprised by the beauty of this colourful island. We climbed the hill up to the castle & scaled its walls. There ...
... We share the cake and some Raki, the traditional Turkey beverage made from grapes and anise .... potent .... even when water is added .... Our last day in Cappadocia is spent driving through the southern, quieter areas. Throughout this area there are a number of cave churches and a monastery which were built by the early Christians. Dated back to the 4th century AD, these churches certainly pay testament to the faith of these survivors. Keslik Monastery, built in ...
... a resume of the places we visited.
Eating out was a different experience every night and food varied from simple kebabs to sauces I could never dream up. One night on walking back from the harbour we were joined by a silent companion who slipped from the shadows and walked alongside us – ignoring any attempts at conversation on our part. Occasionally he would politely incline his head to show he was listening. If we stopped he would stop. If ...