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... many bumpy roads we were do pleased to get there. After going through customs we were pleased to be sitting on the ferry at 9am. We left at 9.30 and had a 50 minute journey to Kos. The journey was comfortable as we arrived a number of huge Gulets left packed with people off to sail around the island. By the time we got off the ferry it was 10.30am and we had until 5.30pm to take in some of the sights. We decided to have a drink then look at the map and decide what ...
... it and we call it 'footy-fying'. I went back to have a look at the lovely ring but decided to wait and look around Istanbul. The same for souvenirs and presents - we are holding out for the Grand Bazaar! Tomorrow we leave Bodrum and the girls were saying how much they would have liked a few more days. But for Ben and I it was just the right amount of time - a restful break with some regrouping, but not enough to get ...
... diamonds set in yellow gold which Ben was keen to buy me, but in truth I wasn't in the mood to buy- just to look. (although I do think the chances of my escaping without a fake bag are pretty slim...). In the end, Charley bought a couple of trinkets - not fluffy ones but bracelets, and Mitch and Alex both bought a cool (fake) Adidas crossover bag. We are dinner at a traditional Turkish restaurant specialising in grilled meat. Once again we had the most amazingly tasty ...
... wind picked up. The meltimi had returned, Saturday eve the thunder and lightening returned and it caused the electricity to go, thankfully we knew where the torch and candles were. It wasn't long before it all came on again. Sunday the sun was out again, warmer but still very windy, we had a lovely walk from the villa down to the town, after 30 minute walk we were about to wait for our Dolmus when a car stopped and one of the Sema Kent staff pulled up in his car and asked ...
... the chickens out to the North Sea! Chicken coops, dead and alive chickens went with the wind and out they went. never to be replaced. today Orkney specialises in cattle and sheep. A bit like King Island does in the Tasman Sea. so back to today, we do hope the breeze starts up again tomorrow as we start our bus tour up the west coast of Turkey - not the Scottish definition of breeze, just your every day Aussie ...