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... br> When we left Finike on Monday, and because the breeze was dead ahead we had to motor all the way. G wants me to mention what a natural brilliant helmsman she is! Not far out of Finike we had dolphins in the bow, which excited G no end. Monday night we anchored in a cove called Polemos Buku. On Tuesday we moved to Ucagiz Limari, which is a very enclosed waterway, because a storm was forecast for Wednesday 27th and offers greater protection ...
... into a darkening blue. We seemed to be suspended above a bottomless void. Probably didn't do much for Lauren's state of mind.
A short break and a location change meant we geared up again. This time the marine life was immediately apparent. We skirted the edge of a what looked like an underwater cricket pitch. The seaweed was clipped short and bordered by a sandy edge that homed quite a few flatfish. I saw a couple of ...
... are above ground, have a rectangular base and the top is shaped like a flipped over boat. Our tour guide explained that this was for the afterlife. People were buried in these tombs nestled into the fetal position and surrounded by their valuables- all part of the reason so many tombs have been destroyed - people have robbed them for their contents.
This morning I got up early and had a really long shower knowing that I wouldn't be having one for the next 4 days whilst sailing along the Turkish coast again.
The 2 Canadians were on the same sail boat as me and we all jumped into the one overloaded car with an older French Canadian couple. This time I was sailing on the Buket (which is turkish for flower) with 6 other passengers ranging in ages from ...
... lit to cook our chicken shish-kebabs for lunch.
We putted out of the small harbour of about 100 boats all looking much the same as ours and found ourselves cruising past beautiful small islands, some inhabited and some not. The boat stopped after about 15 minutes In beautiful blue water bay and we all dived in for a swim. They supplied some snorkels and goggles and we swam around looking for the small fish in the area.