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... gesture. Mostly we learned to be patient just like the Turks. It seldom pays to rush through anything. Well, I guess emergencies are the exceptions. So many great people like Volcan the day clerk at our last hotel. Or Vely at Pamukkale. Moza in Goreme. The lute-playing Ali who made tea for us and then played his lute for us on his patio at his guesthouse in Istanbul. Can't say enough about Turkish hospitality. And culture. And geography. Wonderful place. Sad to ...
With both the tours now finished I had a couple of days left in Istanbul to explore the main sites. Fortunately there were a few of us hanging around for the time so it almost didn’t feel as though the tour had ended, plus we kept in touch with Adi who gave us tips on what to see and do.
While in Istanbul we went to the Grand Bazaar which was quite different to what I expected. This may have something do to with it being rather quiet as it was the ...
... is being restored at present and a no go zone for a while. The Museum of Fethiye has also some interesting exhibits among them the Letoon Trilingual Inscription. It's a four sided stone with inscriptions in three languages: Lycian, Greek and Aramic, also a coin collection dating from 3000 BC up to the end of the Byzantine period is impressive. Not far from the Museum is a sarcophagus dating back to the Lycian times..
... set against the broader backdrop of majestic mountains. The owners of the adjacent restaurant - Erkan and Fatma - are lovely and the place (if suffering a little from damp) is certainly very comfortable. We spend a bit of time reading by the pool - always in the company of the very affectionate little ginger tabby, Oppy. The birdlife is pretty fine - lots of little songbirds, a few small raptors and the ever busy and colourful Eurasian ...
... the gorge with indelible mud ink. We managed to claw our way up several very tricky spots along the path, but in the end were defeated by a rope climb up the side of a water worn and slick rock that offered no support.
Last but certainly not least, we went back over to Ölüdeniz to enjoy the beautiful beach during the closing hours of the day. Uncle Albert decided that it was just a beach and so sat on the curb (vs. renting a ...