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... dark wood and high mildewed ceilings in the old part of town. My room was guarded by two mannequins dressed in traditional clothing. They didn't freak me out at all. The next day I decided to meet Peri and her friends in Kas, so I got to rest for a few hours on an air conditioned mini bus. Boring! But here are some pictures from that ...
... out for a wander around, managing to somehow find our way back! A quick dip in the pool, out for a meal then stumbled across a little bar with some live music - blues with a Turkish twist! Great way to finish off the day.
Decided on a two hour boat trip today, cruising up the coast past some beautiful waterfalls, (including an unexpected shower as the ferry went in for some close up shots!) chatting to a lovely couple ...
... call them) who are the exchange student who were here before we got here, they have left and returned to their home countries, that was very hard for all of us, but it had to inevitably happen, but it was an experience none the less. However now we have new exchange students coming to Ankara making us the 'Oldies'. Apart from that there has been some other things going on but nothing major, Sorry again for the lack of blogs, but sit back, read and enjoy the following blogs, ...
... we have all been well satisfied. Oh my word, and dont talk about the Turkish delight. What a delight it is!! We love it. All the shops have big platters for you to taste. Well, on that alone you can have a feast!! We are all dreading the excess weight when we fly home!!
And to our 2 birthday girls Nix and Di, hope you both had a fabulous day and that you got our email, Di
Anyway, time for our G&T's now so have to rush off!!!
Love and miss you all
... not much else. Our second dive would not be much better. I am promised a wreck and a wreck I am given. After swimming 15 minutes over sand and sea grass we finally reach it- a burnt out dive boat. The remnants, a toilet on a stone block and plastic tubing littering the floor. While technically a wreck, not quite what I was after. There was however a bit more sea life on the way back with a small moray popping out fora quick snap. I am promised that if I ...