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Probably the highlight of the tour so far is the four days on the Gulet. Sailing through the Mediterranean has been amazing. The thing that is most amazing is the colour of the water. It ranges from deep navy blue to bright turquoise and everything in between. it is so clear it is like a magnifying glass.
We swam twice a day, lounged on the daybeds, sunbaked on the sunbeds, photographed the scenery and ate and drank. Just fabulous.
... that is smouldering, there is no strong smell just a little smoke and before king the wasps disappear enabling us to enjoy our breakfast. It is only when checking with the captain that in his broken English he tells us it is coffee??? Might just have to google that when I get home!We set off for our usual swim stop and I spot a turtle in the water close to the boat sadly I didn't have my camera to hand quick enough and as quickly as the turtle came to ...
... cheese, sliced meat, jam, honey and chocolate spread, more than sufficient as our days are quite lazy, we are not burning off the calories.
We leave Fethiye behind us, there is a beautiful hotel along the waters edge so might just google it when I get back.
As we pass by mountains the scenery is every changing with Gulets, sailing yachts, motor launches passing us on the turquoise seas.
It's not too ...
This was the first day I met the gang. They were all on a boat trip from England and they invited me to join their gang. Mind you we are flying back to England tomorrow and going to stay with Graham and Trudy - I'm not sure what they are like or where I will be going next!!! ...
Yo well here I am in Pamukale - home of the UNESCO listed world famous traventine pools - plus the the extensive ruins of Hierapolis. I spent all day wandering round the pools and the ruins and even had a dip at the one place that ur allowed to swim - a lovely thermal pool with marble columns submerged underneath the crystal clear water. Yesterday ý left KK and went to Salikent where I crossed the gorge. No path or track to guide u just the stream throught which u have to wade ...