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... and mountainous, manly vegetated by conifers or sheoak-type trees. The water is typical Med - crystal clear.
I plan to stay in Marmaris until Saturday, then go to Fethiye to look at another boat. I have no idea how long I will stay here in Turkey; it depends on several things. Here are just a few pix that I took while having lunch today at the marina. Love and best wishes to all.
A day on Crete, enjoying great mild weather, some 4,000 year old culture, fruits of the forest, home made wine and our first ever swim in the Mediterranean. Not a bad life. Another city (Heraklion) shut down by protests, this time students against police violence. We teamed up with our kiwi posse and hired a convoy of taxis that did a few of the sights. Really friendly and informative. They thought we were a bit crazy wanting to swim (as it's now out of season). But I ...
... had been waiting 25 minutes for the baggage man. If his bags were to be overweight at the air port he would charge it to the hotel. He was still shouting while the porter came and I left with him to retrieve our bags. After this fuss his blood pressure boiled over when he couldn't find his passport. Such entertainment - his wife soon found it for him - his behaviour really was disgraceful.
It was a long hot transfer to the airport - around ...
... the 4th century AD/ During that time many structures were built or modified by the Romans. A huge amphitheater was built (modified) on the preceding Greek theatre. A fountain was built in front of the amphitheater. A Roman Bath was built. In the following byzantine period a round dome-church was built.
Caunos was initially a port city but over the centuries the port silted up so that the city was no longer on the ...
... 8217;t have looked out of place in Act I, Scene I of Macbeth!! Grabbing Roisin’s arm she pulled her closer, looking up and speaking passable English she said: ‘English? What’s your name?’
‘Roisin’, came the reply.
‘That’s a nice name’, said the old crone. ‘My grandmother was called Roisin!!’ Talk about patter. She tried to grab my arm with her other hand but I was too fast. ...