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... industry must contribute to the Turkish economy. I think I'll stay a few more days in Fethiye waiting for information about the boat, plus there are still some things I'd like to see and do here. Best wishes to all, and thanks to all those who've made comments.
PS I put a 10 sec video on this blog entry showing Kayakoy, best viewed in full screen mode.
... a hike. Back at the beach, we load our dry things into bags, give them to the cook and swim back to our boat.
Next stop, Blue Lagoon and lunch. Some folks swim and jump off big rocks. I'm content to hang out on the boat. Lunch is served and we have a 4 hour stop here before moving to our night spot. Most people are relaxing on the boat.
Life on the boat includes a lot of ...
... of the food tasted strange on its own, but when eaten together concocted a flavoursome combination. May I also take this opportunity to point out that if you order the local yoghurt drink, as refreshing as it sounds, it's unbelievably sour!
So, our afternoon was almost concluded; it was time to head back to Montana Pine, or so we thought... Before we could get to our taxi, we were approached by a local lady who swept us towards and seated us at her table of goodies ...
... all worthwhile. The continuous day of hitting a different club every night and tanning on sun beds during the day was perfect.
Although this holiday ended badly with almost all of our friendships falling apart, I do not regret the trip or the friendships. I had the best month in Turkey and would recommend Hisaronu/Fethiye to ...
... ruins before returning to the boat to set sail once more.
It was then, sailing through the open waters on the Mediterranean Sea, with the wind and sun in my face, that I had a moment of pride and satisfaction in making this trip happen. What a feeling. We stopped in virtually open water for a quick swim at this time, and OH MY GOD, was the water freezing! ...