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Imagine riding a drunken camel across uneven sand. Barf bags have been deployed and for some reason regular passengers have left for the back of the "State of the art" watercraft. You may have seen if you saw Sean Connery in Casino Royal. I'm sure it's not as rough as say the Hecate straight or the open water off cape Scott but like anywhere the greatest force you encounter is your own fear. Suliman the great amassed a 200,000 man army and attacked Rhodes. I'm ...
... near our hotel, crushing all of our existing fitbit goals! In the afternoon, we finally got the chance to do some paragliding. Words cannot express how awesome this was! We each did a tandem jump, where we basically flew off a 1,800 meter cliff and drifted down to the beach. Please enjoy all the sweet pics and videos!
After paragliding adventures, we decided to spend the night enjoying the Oludeniz boardwalk. Now one thing to ...
Boat trip day!! Keen on this 12 island tour our guide book was recommending, we missioned to town around 9.30 to try and book on. Our info desk man was super confused, 12 island full Ma'am, too late, it started at 10.30, and it is now 10... Okay doesn't make any sense.. Umm any other boats? Only the pirate ship as he quickly shows me the brochure picture. Not really what we are after, how about this boat, pointing at another one in ...
... Turkish sun. I think that we both wished we could have stayed a couple of days longer – Oludeniz was fantastic! The few days there, effectively doing nothing at all, were what we both needed to recharge our batteries after nearly twelve weeks in Africa, and nearly eleven months of almost non-stop travel. After enjoying our last couple of hours by the pool, it was time for us to go and get our shuttle across the hills surrounding Oludeniz, to the neighbouring port city of ...
... via the ghost town Kayakӧy. We walked among the ruins of an old Greek town, abandoned in the population exchange of Turkish Muslims and Greek Orthodox in 1923. Houses upon houses, where 5000 people once made their lives, now abandoned and crumbling. A huge Greek Orthodox Church stood in the centre, a shadow of its former glory, with just its walls, high domed ceiling and patches of tiled floors surviving the test of time. It was eerily quiet, and I was ...