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... her temple and a truly huge and amazing stadium in great condition. Additionally all the magnificent statues were in a museum and easily seen and appreciated. We next had a lovely lunch in another outdoor area with a cute man playing a balalaika with a dancing parrot!!
Next we drove several hours until we reached a Greek ghost town called Kayakoy. The story behind this town was very sad indeed – as it was part of the ...
... and told Ahmet to "find a lawyer if he wasn't happy". Ahmet lost 20 demerits (he has up to 100 before loosing his licence). As a group, we have decided to write a letter to Fez Travel to recommend that they fight the charges as Ahmet has been nothing but professional and has a clean driving record. It was purely a corrupt policeman in action, so whilst I'm sure nothing will eventuate, maybe it might help Ahmet in some way with his employer. ...
... weather however after about an hour of dozing we were woken again from some pretty frenetic radio chat and noticed that they engines were cut. When we woke up for breakfast it was deja vu and we were back in the bay again. Thinking it may have been a dream we were told that it was infact a military live firing excercise that we could not cross, this was very coincidental given a day earlier France and the US had started dropping bombs on the Turk/Syria boarder. ...
... be little towns each with their own mosque and then there would be mountains with acres of forests on them. Upon reaching the very large city of Antalya we stopped at beautiful Duden park which featured a stunning waterfall which was tumbling over a steep cliff into the ocean. The city here is perched on rocky cliffs, 70 metres from the sea. They call it Turkeys riviera and it is a city of over one million people. It is very cosmopolitan and when we visited a ...
... hope that we would snag a Tuna but we only managed to catch a fishing net until the last day when we landed a small 7lb tuna which we all enjoyed. Simon ‘cooked’ it in lemon juice and onions and we had a rice-y salad with it, YUM!
Once again as with my experience in Italy there has been a ton of rubbish drifting and floating about the sea which is really tragic. Lots of plastic bottles, fish-packing crates and countless plastic bags. ...