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... by a German cruiser who had headed the opposite direction to Adrasan, and was turned back by the Turkish navy conducting military exercises. Apparently the Greeks had done an exercise on Kastellorizo, so the Turks were retaliating.
Another mystery happened the following night, when two helicopters were circling the area, obviously looking for something; I was hoping it wasn’t us. Next morning, shades of Mary Celeste when an abandoned, ...
... all terrace restaurants and cafes, where unlimited food seems to come your way.
Carpet-selling shysters - persistent, intuitive - they can detect your nationality at 100 metres - and driven by greed, this species lurks on every footpath in Turkey, ready to pounce on any person. The opening gambit might be, "g'day mate, I've got a cousin in Perth. Fair dinkum, Aussie! So want to buy a carpet?"
... inspect the O-ring as required to by the PADI safety check-list. While underwater I recalled their disastrous failure record in Vietnam while and the safety omission raised the heart rate a little. But we had no incidents during the course of the day. So robbed of all possible tension here is the rest of the journal entry:
After less than an hour travelling on the boat our guide went through a thorough briefing with us and ...
... What I think is really cool though, is that all throughout the ruins I have explored here in Turkey, generally speaking, visitors are allowed to roam throughout, touch, take photos and really be a part of the ruins. I can't imagine the US government allowing this - if this, or Ephesus were in the US, there would be ropes, do not touch and no photo signs everywhere. It's really a better way to explore and understand, though really being able to be among the ruins.
... heads and cows tethered to the road side munching on grass.The driver stopped many times to ask directions of the locals and finally we came to some recognizable signs that showed Kas was indeed at the end of the road we were on.
Four and half hours later we arrived in this surprisingly beautiful little seaside town of Kas.We could see lots of islands lying out to the Mediterranean Sea and a small boat harbour with ...