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... leave for Kas, a harbor town. Here the boat needs to dump garbage, refill water and fuel and replenish supplies. We have 1.5 hours to explore the town. I actually opted to stay on the boat and work on the blog entries. It was peaceful on the boat and I really didn't need to do any shopping or see another touristy harbor town. It's interesting that they back the boats into the mooring. Our captain, Murat is young ...
... begging to take tranny through since we started we took up the opportunity. Two step process, foam then rinse, after initial excitement the brush rincer dint make much difference in the problem areas of the bloody back and front, but I guess the sides look slight whiter. Some pretty spectacular countyside on the way and a short stop for some fruit and vege at a market in the side of the road, we made it in time for a campsite seach - my favourite activity - NOT! First ...
... I realized we were on high mountain roads with switchbacks and I probably didnt want to see where we were going anyway. Despite everyone thinking we were crazy for choosing Turkey, it's felt like one of the safest places we've ever traveled to. I haven't had a moment of feeling unsafe, which is saying a lot! People are friendly and helpful and the infrastructure and highways are in great condition, with roundabouts everywhere. The city parks are beautiful with ...
... br> We end up spending the evening with them, going out for dinner and then out for a drink at Hussein's bar, Mavi (you know it, Pelin!!) We never even changed out of our beach clothes. It was such a treat, and we felt very lucky to have broken through the barrier of just being a tourist by meeting locals who were willing to show us where they like to eat and be social. So much, in fact, that we forgot to be ...
... Meis. I enjoyed a Turkish margarita watching the sun slip below the mountains which barely grasp the town sliding slowly straight into the sea. How often does one get to join his barmates in toasting the afternoon Islamic call to prayer with a raised margaritaville glass?! And the water! (Hey ECOT staff, the word in the upcoming sentence means "the study of the history and meaning of language") I had the philological discovery moment of the trip thus far in intuiting from whence ...