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... Aussies, and New Zealanders love their tea time.:) Dinner, at 9 pm, is grilled chicken, salad, rice, grilled peppers, melon, bread. We gobble it up, because we have had such a rough day. LOL
Life on the boat consists of sunbathing, reading, sleeping, swimming, and of course, eating and drinking! Getting used to the eating schedule with breakfast around 9 am, lunch around 2, tea at 5 and dinner at 9, is ...
... our hyroslide complex at our own campsite. Some sweet sides hey had too, one which was big enough for two people that the guys ignore the rule of don't go head first, and then tried to get down faster and faster each time, clearly terrorising the young children trying to use it too! We headed out of town - coast bound to the town of feitthye. Fuel stop not far away and the locals were obsessed about getting us to go through the free car wash with petrol purchase, as owen ...
... there, especially in the dark but was well worth the effort.
The next morning Bob and I headed down the beach and around the corner to the ancient city of Olympus. Although the city has been partially restored, we did feel a bit like Indiana Jones while we searched out temples and churches.
Day 10 and we left Olympus for our last stop in Antalya. This is a large city with a good old section of the city and a ...
... I visited a few different ones. It was nice to just lay and relax and work on getting some excellent tan lines!
The main reason that I wanted to go to Kas was for the Scuba diving. I did a bit of research and talked to people, and apparently Kas has some of the best diving in Turkey. It is also not a town full of young British people partying which is a plus. I arrived in the town and decided to stay at the first play that came and offered me ...
... Everyone enjoyed it. It was followed by slices of Orange.
The lady one board was busy crocheting around the edges of scarves in between cooking and dropping anchor and tying the boat. She was a busy lady. Most of the girls bought something from her as her prices were reasonable.
We boated across to the small village of Simena which is on one of the Islands, it had an old Kale Castle at the top. We walked up a truckload ...