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... and many times in between) so went up on deck and watched the beautiful sun rise. At 7:00 a.m. the crew pulled up the anchor and we motored across the Gulf of Gokova to Knidos, where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean. They took us to shore on the zodiac and we spent the next hour and a half touring the Knidos ruins. This site is still being excavated and is famous for being the original home of Aphrodite, Goddess of Love (it’s now in the British Museum), ...
One of the islands we stopped at was called Cleopatra Island which has a lot of ancient ruins, when I went on the boat trip with nanny and loulou we didn't go on this island as there is an entrance fee. However this time we didn't have to pay the entrance fee as we had family discount, so we walked around the island. There were so many chickens on the island it was amazing, I made a chicken friend on the beach but I think he was using me to get to the cake I was eating. ...
... Rhodes" (and blowing xoxoxo's in the air). As we exit the harbor, between where the Colossus, mythically stood, I look across to my oh so loved Turkey, and continued, "Good-bye Turkey" (and once agin blowing xoxoxo's in the air). "we are on our way to Cannes!". And so our sunny, smooth, effortless cruise began and ended 3-1/2 hours later in Pedi Harbor. As soon as we dropped the anchor, the wind came up. Trying to eat our lunch peacefully just wasn't going to ...
... to a rather rickety jetty to fill with water. Lawrence, Kerrie, Chris, Shane and I went ashore for a walk to see if we get a closer look at the ancient tombs that were high up on the cliff. We came across a couple of tents ashore and there was a family having a picnic so the beautiful bay was obviously a favourite with the locals. We came across some old ruins a short walk along the foreshore and on closer inspection decided that ...
... exceeding 1000 meters. The Turkish deposit remains the world’s only source of Zultanite (color-change, gem quality diaspore). ICA has just added Zultanite to their Gem site and IADC has just announced Zultanite as new gem species during the Tucson show. In addition to their color change, Alexandrite and Zultanite’s names both have royal connections, Zultanite being named in honor of The Ottoman Sultans and Alexandrite being named for a Russian Tsar. ...
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