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Travel Blogs from Fethiye
... amp; Italian thrown in. This is not at all like the Muslim areas we have visited. Here short shorts and tank tops rule. I felt conspicuous with long pants, Tee shirt and head s are.
As we wandered along the beautiful Calis beach boardwalk we slowly acclimatized to the searing heat and the laid back beach life. Strange to see all the slathered body covered beach chairs placed next to signs warning about Turtle nesting grounds. As if ...
I had a nice few days in Akyaka with Zeki and his family. It's less busy now as most children have gone back to school but it's still scorching hot so I was able to sunbathe and swim.
On wednesday I went on a boat trip with Zeki and his sister, it was the same boat that I went on with nanny and loulou in 2010, but Zeki's distant relatives run it now so we got a big discount :) The boat stopped off at various bays and little islands so we could jump into the sea and ...
... ourselves. The cool water flowed quickly, and while it wasn’t an adrenaline rush, it was a lot of fun!
Our second to last stop of the day was a mud bath. This was more fun than I expected and we were quickly covered head to toe in mud. We then rinsed the mud off in the same water as we rafted in, brrrr. We made one more quick stop at a gas station with a swimming pool (seriously!) while they tried to sell photos of the day ...
... and giving advice about what dress requirements would be expected and then when we exited he was there ready to "request" that we accompany him to his little establishment while he chatted about the history of the mosque and pointed to some interesting features. Not quite as good as a real tour guide but it only cost 70tl for a couple of small pieces of hand made ceramics and lots of banter with the store sales ...
... Ottoman Greeks moved from Karmulassos to Greece and founded a settlement near Athens. The Greek Muslims who took their place in Kayakoy eventually abandoned the town (many theories exist). Today the 2000 stone houses on the hillside over the modern town of Kayakoy is a cultural heritage monument. We walked for an hour through the stone paths cut through the town. A surreal experience. We wonder if we will get to the other side on this trip. Let us see.
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