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Another quiet day. Charly and I have a short rideout in the mountains around Kemer but K-H is unwell and so stays at home.
We stop and take a table at a shady cafe. There seems to be quite a lot of Jandarma (country police) around. In fact, an awful lot, mostly toting evil looking machine guns. It turns out it is the local cop shop so we don't get our cay, but we do get a lot of smiles ...
... I go further into the town to find a cafe with wifi so I can catch up on the blog. Kemer is busy and up market. There are a lot of Russian accents around.
In the evening we ride out to an extraordinary restaurant known to Karl-Heinz. It is high up in the mountain and built up into and around ...
... trip, they met again about a year ago. Rachel noticed that Tim was "all grown up". Sparks, fireworks, yadda-yadda-yadda, and they decided to start a long distance relationship.
One year later, they are travelling the world for about 8 months. And after that? That’s the big question. You could write a romantic comedy about this stuff.
... That’s these things – but bigger. Meaning bigger bites. We all waited in anticipation for it to happen, and then one at a time would shriek or squeal (or whatever a very slightly manlier version of that is for the guys) as the anticipated but always somehow unexpected pinches came. One stole a small scab off my ankle – I needed that scab.
So the charm of this place is how relaxed and social it is – lots of short-time friends ...
... Karen a simple question in a measured, calm tone, "Are you sure that you didn't miss something on the map dear? Her response to me was not nearly as polite and respectful as I had been. That's how I remember it anyway. It's a good thing the children had their headphones on. We finally managed to get going the right direction and found a gas station where the attendants really wanted to help us. After many ...