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... for evermore. My grandfather thought I named my son Marcus for this great thinker...but, actually not...Marcus is a great thinker on his own... There is sort of a Hostel Row along the road we stayed on. If one is in their 20s or 30s...this place is hoing in the summer. And the fact that you can just walk down the road and start meandering slowly through the ruins and end up at a beautiful beach on the other end! What a great place to impress a ...
... route and had some water, and a piece of chocolate cake at a little cafe. (Hey,....be nice,...I EARNED it!)
It was quite a long ride to where I needed to begin my treck through the rocks and sand to reach the ruins. The bike was a good one (didn't buck me off even once), but it had one of those little skinny seats,....and this ole rump is going to pay the price tomorrow.
As I approached the area ...
... an outdoors restaurant that was recommended, it was about 3 and I was starving, so ordered fresh trout, and home made potato chips, with tomato. It was delicious.
i had been told that if I was going to go see the Chimaera that I should leave about 4 pm. Well, I didn't get back from the restaurant until 4:30. I knew that it was a long walk, and then an even longer hike up the mountain, so I set out to find someone to go ...
... maybe 40 years ago.
it is definitely stepping back in time.
Once we arrived at the Coretta Coretta, I was cheerfully greeted by Durmas,....the proprietors, 27 year old son, who likes to call himself, 'Rambo' . He's cute as a button, speaks perfect English, and is quite a handful. He took me to my little private 'bungalow' complete with a hammock,....fruit trees all around me, and chickens running around. In other ...
At Cirali (chirr-ah-lah), about a 1km hike up a rocky path in the dark, are the permanent gas vents of Chimaera that auto-ignite on contact with the air and burn all the time, right out of the ground.
Some say this flaming mountain is the source of the Greek myth of Chimera, the fire-breathing creature of Lycia, which was part lion, snake and goat (Wikipedia). Though somewhat cool to ...
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