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... by yet more ruins, plus a few goats and donkeys.
Our turnaround point was Orhaniye, which is where I put the location of this blog, and once again, we anchored just below a Byzantine fort on a tiny island, which became a pirate hideout after it was abandoned. Nowadays there are lots of rabbits, fed and watered by a bloke who comes over every day.
Stopping by at Ekincik again I arranged for a guide to take us on a tour of the ...
... the best places to eat as well as a hidden bar to go to tonight which only locals go to. For a parting gift we recover a shortfall 60% moonshine. Hello I'm drunk. The only thing left to do this afternoon is beach. Which is where Bridget and I properly take ourselves. The water is beautiful and warm, the beach is full. This is exactly what I had in min for a European summer ...
... to our accommodation. We arrive in the large square that our apartment is situated off. We get chatted to some Greek men who call our air bnb host for us to collect us. Within 2 mins of conversation one man points out to me (with a confused/concerned tone) that I am very pale. My heart sinks a little, as only I know that I actually have two layers of gradual tan moisturiser on. Our host shows us the digs and it's beautiful. We are right above the ...
... talk politics but the guy, Stavios, seemed very defensive of the Greeks and saying how it's not their fault the country has gone to hell in a hand basket. I think it's exactly that attitude that's got them in the **** in the first place. We were dropped back at the old city which is a stones throw from the port and so we had a wander. The Cohens and Jaffes found the local synagogue and so we went in for a look. I actually found it to be really interesting as they have a type ...
... road it was over 30Km and there were some serious switchbacks and slopes to contend with as we came over the spine of the peninsular. Dave was triple challenged. He had to read the GPS, get Brutus along the route whilst watching in his mirror as his wife manoeuvred the Ford. Oh, add to that he was in full protective kit at 34°C air temperature and not moving fast enough for the wind chill to help.
The hotel is great – we have ...