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... her temple and a truly huge and amazing stadium in great condition. Additionally all the magnificent statues were in a museum and easily seen and appreciated. We next had a lovely lunch in another outdoor area with a cute man playing a balalaika with a dancing parrot!!
Next we drove several hours until we reached a Greek ghost town called Kayakoy. The story behind this town was very sad indeed – as it was part of the ...
... we just walked 400 metres into the canyon. We were then pulled over for a regular licence/tachometer check for our driver (Ahmet). Unfortunately an argument started between Ahmet and the police officer and a ticket was issued. Peri (our guide) explained to us all that the policeman gave him a ticket for not sticking to the correct average speed. Unfortunately the smart card that records average speed wasn't checked by the policeman. He made ...
... maybe he saved mine by grabbing my shorts so I didn't fall out completely.
Our en-route stop today was at pammakue, these are calcium baths which Steve and I were not sure if we were going to go in but glad we did in the end. It is odd looking up and seeing such a massive white spans. I found it bizarre you had to take your shoes off but then understood why. The calcium is wet, it has water continuously running over it. So ...
... bus station. Alas,
I'll have to bring this entry to an end. We will be in Selcuk, our
final coastal stop, for a few days before we head back towards
Istanbul. I will have more details of our seaside stint (including
stories from our stops in Olympos, Fethiye and Selcuk) ready to post
(and more pics to share!) before too long, so stay tuned...
Gulet Gulet! (That's “bye-bye” in Turkish) :)
... receiving a great recommendation for a restaurant from the barber, we had dinner and retired to a cafe for cappuccinos and Turkish apple tea.
Interesting facts about Turkey that we have learnt over the last few days:
- The locals love to give you tea. If you stop at the servo, you’ll get tea. If you pick up some groceries at the supermarket, you’ll also get tea. We even stopped at a market stall that sold nothing but spices and we were given ...