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... of rain, coupled with some cracking thunder and lightning storms.
The rain is needed badly here in Turkey as we have only had a few inches
of rain in the last eight months. This has had a bad effect on the local
olive picking, with the crops down some 30% on normal levels. Now however,
as I am writing this we have just had nearly two inches of rain overnight so
that is good, well for us anyway.
The week started well with England playing ...
Saved for a whole year to take family on holiday to the lovely beach of Bardakci Bay on the Bodrum Peninsula in Turkey. Brilliant time was had by all especially our little 7 year old boy. Everything revolved around the beach and the pool with plenty going on day and night. Food was tasty and good plain food for kids. The ...
... It was so beautiful here. The Datça Peninsula is a long, narrow, mountainous finger of land that stretches west of Marmaris for about 100 kilometers. It extends into the sea like a long green dagger, a slice of green creating a natural division where the Mediterranean and Aegean seas meet. "
It was the complete opposite of Bodrum as far as lifestyle goes. We had found a good deal at a place called the Flow Datca Beach and surf ...
... 17:30 , Tracy and I kept the party going until 1:30AM. We went on a little bar hopping tour of town. We went to a dancing bar, a rock bar, a sit down bar, and topped it all off with one more dancing bar!
I am writing this post 3 days later so I'm a little foggy on exact details. But you get the idea. Today was essentially a party day for us. The next day was a little rough going.
... are kept in very good condition. For the city being thousands of years old and its buildings and most structures still standing is pretty amazing.
My favorite of the city was the Theater, where St.Paul preached to the people , it is the largest outdoor theater of the ancient world. It was carved out into flanks from Mount Pion . It took them over 60 years to carve, and it could hold up to 40,000 spectators ( which is more ...