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... the bus drivers. We parked in the back corner next to a park / kiddies' playground and went for a walk. Although Dalyan is clearly a tourist base it had a very positive and relaxed feel. The streets were clean and attractively designed.
We shared a meze platter and I had my first fresh pomegranate juice. Good stuff – healthy too. When we got back to the van at about 10pm the carpark was indeed quiet – all the buses ...
... around the old town and walked around the old fort.
We didn’t really have enough time to do the full museum bit although it did look interesting and well presented.
The harbour below was jammed with yachts and other tourist boats with names like “Jolly Roger” and “White Whale”.
There were tattoo parlours on most streets. The Bazaar was huge and consisted of a maze of undercover ...
We walked down to the restaurant and were intrigued by the containers of water at every bend. Water - to bus used in the event of a fire!
Our walk took us along the sea front at dusk - so picturesque but a huge new hotel may have an impact. Unfortunately the road is too narrow to safely walk back, at night. This meant we said no to the deserts!
... At least I make best use of the time while Elaine sleeps on, with more blog proof reading and updating.
Not too sure if we've got room for our breakfasts after our sumptuous meals last night, but will have a pretty good go at it.
We're one of the first by the pool this morning, but as usual, it doesn't take too long to fill up, and it's lovely as that old sun isn't being too aggressive early on. Right, this is it, concentrate on this sunbathing ...
... the valleys. The reality at street level wasn’t as attractive.
Once we were in the region of our planned stop, Dave and Brutus headed off to find the campsite. How they managed I’m not sure. It wasn’t advertised or sign posted. When we got there we understood why. It’s a well- kept secret. The small campsite (about 30 shady pitches) is used by locals who have been returning ...