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... was hard enough over the very uneven rocky path. (Not much in the way of a decent photo though!) Today we wandered through the ruins of Olympos...one of many sites that go by the name! It was fabulous, close to the beach and a stream...the ruins were scattered through thick forest and in many places overgrown. Cirali is a small coastal town, but it has it's fair share of pensions, hotels and cafes. Lots of families wandering about...a great place to relax for a few ...
... displays from the second century...statues of Zeus, Hercules, Apollo, Athena...all my favourites from mythology. May 8: Another bonus was the Antalya Yoruk Festivali that just happened to start today...I just love tribal events! Ended the day with dinner by the sea as a celebration of our 33rd wedding anniversary...time flies when you are having ...
... and has a very relaxed atmosphere, plus great value! Here we have enjoyed a very relaxing time at the beach, searching the old ruins of Olympus, hiked some of the Lycian Way (550km hike which would be good to try some day) and also hiked to Chimaera where flames seep out of the earth - see the photos to believe it - they have a good legend also which I won't recount here.
That's about it for now, we're off to Kaş ...
Today Carne and I jumped on a tour (with 2 other kiwis and 2 Aussies from the ANZAC tour). Our first stop was the ancient ruins of Perge. The ruins cover a huge area, and is in its 60th year of restoration, all off the sculptures uncovered to date are on display at the Antalya museum.
We spent a pleasant hour exploring the excavations and ...
... surrounded by curious kids. So employing my finely-honed international sign language - big, fat Germans gestures and brrrmm brrrmm noises - and releasing a couple of my precious store of Turkish words - motobisiklet and icki Alleymans - the kids pick up my meaning in a flash and are soon running down the road, shouting and pointing wildly, as they lead me straight to the gates of K-H house. Magic!