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... landing it's like a major airport with no tower. It's every glider for himself. They're pretty fxxxxx good at it too. It's a special moment. Shops and restaurants and people-it's Sunday. There's Brits and Germans and.... but the incredible location combined with colourful canopies floating off the surrounding mountains makes it worth the short bus ride. A swim in the aqua blue waters with a parked schooner left there just for us. Lisa says "i love this! I ...
... a little town where you can see the Eternal Flames. There are about a dozen flames burning through gaps in the rocks.
The next day a few of us headed to the beach for a swim in the Mediterranean sea. To access the beach you walk through the ancient site of Olympus. After some swimming and relaxing on the beach I headed back to meet for an afternoon of rock climbing. A small group of us went out for the afternoon and did ...
... his emergency chute deployed. He went into the ocean and several boats rushed out to rescue him. Fortunately we could see him standing up in the boat so he must have been okay. It was a lovely day and we will go into the town tonight to eat at one of the little restaurants in there. Tomorrow we venture over the mountains to visit the Saklikent gorge. We went out tonight and had dinner at a restaurant down at the marina. There was a huge TV screen with a premier ...
... hundred metres above the sea. Apparently carved into the cliff by an individual monk, working over a life time.
The other major excursion was by dolmus to nearby 'village' of Hisaronou. Yuksville for us, where the main topic of conversation on the street appeared to be how many sausages one received with one's English Breakfast. Transit to beachside Oludeniz. The most interesting thing about Oloudeniz is watching the endless ...
... drove another hour or two and arrived at Bergamon. This tiny town is host to the ancient ruins of Pergamon (an ancient greek-roman city) and the hospital known as Askelpion. They were quite cool and got to have a good look around. After Bergamon we drove south to Kusadasi (this is all on the Aegean Coast btw). Another buffet dinner and then we set of into town for a drink. I only got about 300m down the road and we had to bolt back as I was close to ******** my pants...so ...