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... and tasty – facing the water. At the end of the first week we are really getting to know our fellow tour groupers and they are very nice people.
October 11, 2014
Unfortunately this morning I woke up feeling a bit in need to being near a toilet. Fortunately, it didn't continue thank goodness and I went on the 12 Island cruise trip with everyone else. What a lovely day full of magnificent views on a great motor yacht ...
... we just walked 400 metres into the canyon. We were then pulled over for a regular licence/tachometer check for our driver (Ahmet). Unfortunately an argument started between Ahmet and the police officer and a ticket was issued. Peri (our guide) explained to us all that the policeman gave him a ticket for not sticking to the correct average speed. Unfortunately the smart card that records average speed wasn't checked by the policeman. He made ...
... 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 ...
... decide for yourself.
I also learned how to play backgammon...:) that is probably the most famous game here in Turkey. But everything I have seen or experienced has been topped by my arrival at Yakabag farm, where I will stay and help wherever I can for the next 4 weeks. It is an organic farm with olives, lemons, oranges and a vineyard too. Will let you know how things develop but I am still overwhelmed by this place, it's tranquility and peacefulness...