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... dark wood and high mildewed ceilings in the old part of town. My room was guarded by two mannequins dressed in traditional clothing. They didn't freak me out at all. The next day I decided to meet Peri and her friends in Kas, so I got to rest for a few hours on an air conditioned mini bus. Boring! But here are some pictures from that ...
... trappings of modern life. The most famous structure is the Temple of Athena which stands majestically against the backdrop of the blue sea.
A welcome reprieve after exploring sites in the heat of the day. Some pretty waterfalls and forest tracks to explore.
Dinner at the most upmarket restaurant of our trip, set on the cliffs overlooking the harbour. A lovely way to finish our stay in this lovely place.
... was so big and rich that it had a free beach boat service that ran up the river to the path which was like 30 metres from the beach, crazy rich and ideal for lazy people) but I wanted to walk to the beach, so did my New Zealand friend Hamish, so we walked together to the beach, the walking path was only like 2.5 KM and a real nice path, so we both enjoyed it and were there soon. We stayed at the beach riding the water raft and relaxing together for ages until we had to go ...
... order, The Whirling Dervishes. The Mevlana produce a very special sect of holy men who after 1001 days of intense schooling and practice communicate with Alah through a weekly ceremony that involves spinning. To a certain point they essentially enter a trance or fugue state and spin in a giant dance as a way of connecting to the world beyond this one. We got a chance after visiting their museum and school to actually speak to one of ...
On the move again and this time a long haul to Konya on our way to Capadoccia. We stop for lunch on the way more out of need for a loo than food but find ourselves in a pretty classy restaurant halfway down a mountain. The restaurant tables lined the beautiful pebbled clear stream running down the mountain beside us. It was sprinkling but the umbrella looked ample enough to keep us dry. Having learnt from previous ...