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Have moved to the coastline we are seeing a very different Turkey a lot more tour groups with huge crowds everywhere. Enjoying the coastal towns Kas is a great little place where I could spent more time. Spending the day on a boat is so relaxing. less than a week left in Turkey then heading to Paris. Have enjoyed seeing different parts of this great country. Can't wait to come back one ...
Our next stop was Sultanhani. We decided to make a detour to see an Ottoman house in Kayseri, definitely not a tourist town, not a word of English spoken!
We had a guide book and could show people what we were looking for, and eventually found Gurgupoglo House - and it was closed for restoration !! At least we could take a photo of the outside. Had 2 Turkish coffees with a bottle of water for £1,20.
Walked through a maze of ...
... mattered were breakfast, lunch and dinner when the bell was rung.
Although the cruise wasn't as boozey as I had imagined it would be I did end up learning a really good drinking game called "Meryl Streep" which was similar to celebrity head. Each person writes down 5 celebrities on individual pieces of paper and they are all put into a hat. The group is then divided into 2 even teams and Round One begins ... each person in the team has 30 seconds to grab ...
... out black dresses and flip flops, cause that’s how we roll. High heels didn’t seem comfortable at the thought of descending down slippery stone steps. The other expats sat in another area, and we sat in our seats on the left hand side of the theater. Personally, I think that for the price (2 for $50), our seats were pretty awesome. The ancients knew what they were doing when they designed such places. We watched the opera, took pictures (I love my new camera), and ...
... older Italian couple (really old – like over 40 man). Quite a good mix really, can have some interesting conversations.
We sat at the back of the boat with Sean and Alana (the Kiwis) for the first hour or two, as we sailed to a place called Butterfly Valley. Had lunch there, nice spread, with a traditional and by now ubiquitous Turkish salad, pasta, some kind of bean mixture and lots of bread. We were probably moored about ...