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... That was fun watching the Packers kick some ass.
Other than lounging, we just went for several walks along the harbor to admire all of the wooden gulets. I was here before in 2000 and remember taking one of the best tours of my life on a gulet. For $15 or so, I took an all day tour that included lunch and we cruised up and down the coast and went swimming over a heat vent in crystal clear water, cruised over a sunken ...
... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...
... including an 8 year old Australian girl! The drive up the mountain took at least 30-45 minutes and was harrowing in a few areas (small road, big mountain).
We exited the minibus and found ourselves standing at the top of the very tall Babadag Mountain (1,969 metres high, or 6,460 feet). After being strapped in to our equipment (and strapped in to our pilots as well), it was time to run and jump off the mountain.
Katie went first. ...
... which is a Turkish pizza using pide bread and topped with sukuluc – Turkish sausage – cheese and tomato). We rolled out of the restaurant and wandered around the local markets before grabbing an ice cream and heading down to the water. Graham, Colin (our driver) and Carl (one of the other guys on the trip) had bought some fishing gear and were trying to catch something. They were pretty unsuccessful all round although Colin ...
... library as well as the ancient, column-lined streets and the theater. Dave and I were surprised how much resonance the stage had; even reading our Lonely Planet book in a normal speaking voice would echo throughout the theater to the back.
Finally we made it to the Aegean Coast after a few minor detours. My only complaint about the tour is that they keep driving us to places so we can buy things: an onyx factory, leather shop (after a ridiculous fashion ...