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... under way. Everyone has their cabin. These are tiny, but each has a small bathroom. Apparently, most folks sleep on deck because it's hot in the cabins. We aren't really going to sail, even though these are sail boats. We will be motoring. From place to place. We are out about an hours when we stop in a lovely bay for lunch and a swim. The food is delicious and the water is perfect! It's an ...
... you file through the line and they pile your plate with the various foods. It's all actually delicious. The hard part was waiting until dinner is served at 8 pm! Tonight, we have arranged a tour to the Chimera (eternal flame). These flames have been burning up out of the rocks for thousands of years. Our shuttle to the flames is at 9 pm. They give us a light and tell us to wear good shoes and bring water. Other than that, we have no ...
... Where were the marshmallows when you need them! Again there is no way this would be allowed in Aus or NZ - there wasn't even anyone monitoring the area, just a random warning sign saying don't light more flames from the gas. After standing over each of the 20 or so flames, we headed back down the mountain - nick and Owen went shirtless it was so hot. Made it back to the car park, which now had the world largest dog chained up ...
... the past 10 hours were spent on a bus! We had a spot of lunch and went to the beach. It was more of a platform with sunbeds on amongst the rocks on the side of the cliff rather than a beach but the sun was hot and the sea was inviting! We spent the next day at Antalya, we did some washing and pottered about the old town, I bartered with the shop owner and claimed yet another bracelet! We figured we'd seen what we needed of Antalya and hopped on a bus which would take us to ...
... to pick and eat as we did not want to take from or offend any villagers. Geula has a particular longing for fruit picking (and a knack for finding the fruit) because it reminds her of childhood days. This has served us all well during our travels. However, we all resisted picking in Şirince, and we settled for only the offered mulberries. We returned to the center of town for a dolmus back to Selcuk. The adults could have used a ...