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... was featured in the closing scene of Russell Crowe's movie, "The Water Diviner".
- Hiked to the hillside tombs ( see pix ) The tombs have long ago been robbed. ( Note to children - don't spend any money or effort on your parents burial! )
- Took a walk through the boat yards budding and maintaining the gulets. It is staggering how much the ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... BBQ piece of chicken for me. You had to pay for extras so we shared some chips just in time for a pancake retailer boat came over and I had a Nutella one. We returned to dock at about 5.15pm and at about £8 (20 Turkish Lira) the day was a bargain, we do love a bargain. Our tour guide often warned us "They will get you one way or another" Our extras including scuba hire and drinks came to about 25 Turkish Lira but ...
... surprise with mountainous back drops hazed in a dusty veil that made it look like a painted scenery. The still and dry arid slopes splattered with green trees, that came in all sizes, looked like the Wild West with plenty of bare grey rocks to hide and shoot from behind. On to Tesco where I enjoyed the look on the cashiers face as a small team of us filled 3 trolleys with bread, potatoes and ...
... to be honest I've no clue where we were but we were aiming for Selcuk! We had to wait for a couple of ferries as the 1st had a weight limit of 10 tonnes and our truck tips the scales at a rather whopping 32 tonnes!! (Most of which I think are due to my backpack!)
On the way to Selcuk we stopped at Troy – basically a load of old stones, which may or may not have been some old building in the baking heat…hmmm!!
Selcuk was a ...