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... cream cones, boat-to-boat!
The kids got their fill of the Ringo (tube) riding - with Adam pulling them around for about 2 hours. We fished (caught nothing), and got many pics of the kids, Ryan and Kristy jumping off the top deck of the boat. It was a peaceful, fun, beautiful cove, and a great relaxing way to spend the last full day.
... a couple of hours.
The next morning, Sam, Ryan, and Kristy went for a run, and I headed out for a walk in an attempt to get at least a little exercise. I had somehow managed to get a giant blister on my heel, so I couldn't even put my tennis shoes on, so I walked in flip-flops. Big mistake. Afterwards, I had blisters on the tops and back of my feet. The only solution: wrap my feet up in ancient Chinese fashion, put on ugly ...
... so we went on the beach linked to the hotel and had a very enjoyable swim and sat enjoying the sun. Another lovely day in paradise.Friday we had a very early get up,packed our passports, visas and Euros and off we went to Kos in Greece. We were picked up at 7.30am near our villa and after quite a few pick ups we ended up in the town centre where Daniel and Gill were waiting. We then set off to Bodrum picking up more people from different hotels on the way driving ...
... entertained by the girls. Alice and Catherine danced and sang Katy Perry for their audience of six, introducing the ancient theater to this modern songstress. After our stop in Knidos, we headed onward to Bodrum, where we would stop for two nights.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
One day on the yacht my parents decided that we should go and see some ruins that you could only get to by boat. ...
... so we quickly became masters at figuring out the Turkish Lire (roughly 50 cents Canadian will get you a lire but it takes $1.50 Canadian to buy a euro). The top deck of the catamaran was wide open, windy, sunny and full of great views. The best, however, was when we crossed the wave into Turkish waters and the deckhand solemnly came up, took down the Greek flag, threw it in the cupboard below, and hoisted the Turkish flag (and a little yellow one which ...