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Now back in Finike we have a few jobs to do – G cleans like I have never seen anyone do, and I need to re-build our toilet. :-(
The paperwork and visa situation is progressing, and we have two final paperwork processes to conclude; I expect will be resolved in another week or two.
We are looking forward to you visiting us - just give us a little more time to gain experience! :-) Love to all and thanks for all your comments. ...
Hi folks, By the time you read this, I will be long gone from Kas and on my way back to Singapore and KL to pick up Geraldine and my luggage, and then returning to Turkey.
I thought I would put an entry for Kas, as I went there for a few days - it's a great little town. Whilst there, I took the ferry across to one of the Greek Islands called Kastellorizo, so the pix are of both places. Kas is a more interesting town I guess than Finike, where I am ...
... eyes, wide and flighty. I made the “Ok?” gesture and she mirrored it. I would learn later that she had several moments where it was touch and go whether or not the panic would consume her rational mind and lead her to make a break for the surface. Not ideal when 16m below the surface. The only clue I got as to her real state of mind was the rate at which her air supply depleted. Each time our guide checked air levels Lauren had ...
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We paddled past stairs from the sea to nowhere, tombs, archways, pieces left of their rainwater collection system and many pieces of structures submerged in the water below us. It's quite a landscape.
Yaya and I walked into town for a 9:30 start with a boat cruise of the islands and bays off the coast of Kas. We were the first to arrive, Bob had earlier left for a kayak day on the same coast.
Town is so quiet this morning after the noise and bustle of last night. I think everyone comes alive around 9pm
After a 40 minute bus tour through the hills past goat herds, donkeys and mass hot house farming, we came to a quaint little ...