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... down the countryside became greener, and the livestock returned to sheep and cows. At a village called Gulpinar we stopped for icecream and some other supplies. We saw signs to one of the ancient sights situated in the village and went to visit it, the ruins of Apollon Smitheon, a 2nd century BC temple to Appolo and Smitheon (Lord of the Mice). The site is still being excavated, but has some very good carved and inscribed relics. We set off ...
... were dotted around
the hill sides, inter dispersed with bright green pine trees and the silvery shades of the olive trees, we passed a man walking along side his pack horse, and cattle, horses and sheep were grazing.at the road edge. We arrived early and it was fairly quite. We wandered around the old town, the narrow cobbled lanes rose from the seafront steeply, the cottages and houses(of which a few were for sale and would fit into our property portfolio :) ) were in ...
Today we drove onto a ferry that took us from Canakkale to Ayvalik.
On our drive to Troy, we passed what Glenda and I thought was the Trojan Horse, however, we sailed past without stopping and went onto the town where it is situated. When we got there, it was under renovation, we should have stopped at the first one!!
We drove onto Assos, a little ...
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The wind eased slightly in the afternoon so we sailed across Sigacek Bay and turned up the coast to spend the evening at Sarpdere Limani , a lovely bay with crystal clear water and only a very small tourist settlement at the head of the bay. The coastline is now getting greener and in places looks very NZ like.
Another long day ...
... plans and complication of our prospective trips.
The other couple are a young couple, in their early thirties, traveling in a 1982 Volkswagen “Joker”, which is the same model as ours… but older, and theirs is a pop-top Diesel as opposed to our high-top Gasoline model. Lots of fun for Bill to chat with them, of course. They were Swiss, and his father had bought the van new in 1982. Parents have moved on to a newer model, and this young couple have ...