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... the bride and groom would escape, full on fireworks blasting at our open window. Turks. I've never met so many pushy but polite people before. They'll come at you walking on the sidewalk but if you don't back off, often a hand will be extended and the stranger will say "please" instructing you to pass. Almost everyone was accommodating no matter how little English they spoke. We learned very quickly that "turn left" doesn't mean left necessarily. Watch for ...
... earphones in. The next day was much of the same but we stopped in a place called Caš. A very quiet picturesque town on the seaside. Chels and I had finished our books so bought new ones on our kindles. Whilst doing that, we cut into our exploring time which was a bad move. The town was so beautiful. A new bay in the afternoon for the night, more swimming, reading, eating and relaxing with a cider for good measure. I could get used to this ...
... around for too long and returned to Fethiye to have a look at some of their own exhibits. High up on the cliff face over the town are tombs cut into the rock face one of which is King Amyntas's tomb dating back to the 4th century BC. Not far from the tombs are ruins of a fortress which was built by the Knights of St. John over the foundations of the acropolis of Telmessos. Then there is an Amphitheatre but ...
... it becomes apparent that it's not so clear cut. We know from our waypoint that we are very close to the destination but it is only by complete coincidence that we stop outside a restaurant to check for directions that we have actually landed at the right spot.
So our little Kaya stone cottage - set in the shallow valley of Kayakoy - will be home for the next five days. We are surrounded by little fields, set against low ...
... br> Since we had seen the world from the top, we headed off to Saklikent Gorge to see it from the bottom. We spent several hours hiking along the absolutely freezing cold mountain spring through a gorge that appeared to be simply the bottom of a very deep and large crack in the ground. Uncle Albert and I have been amazed by how much graffiti we have found on the historical ruins of Turkey, so we decided to add our own touch to the ...