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... down the road we arrived in Ayvacik, and there waiting in a small parking space was a dolmus (minibus) to Assos. So back down the road for another twenty five kilometres and a trip through a number of villages (to drop off passengers) we arrived in Behramkale...so glad...the effort was really worthwhile. Today we visited the temple of Athena, it looked ...
... what I imagine Greece would be like...the house behind us even reminds me of Greek backyards in Marrickville...no space wasted when you can grow your own fresh produce. I am definitely going to re-establish my geranium pots too...so colourful! Feeling very relaxed as we head into the last couple of weeks of our travels...still a few more sights to see and a bit of shopping to be ...
We had a brief day visit to the Island of Lesbos. Sadly for Russ and I it was a day of preparation for an evening presentation on the Turkish wars after WW1. This island played a significant role in that era and was where many Turkish Greek people were expelled after the Greeks failed in their attempt to invade Turkey and capture Ankara. Carm and Michelle went on a day tour and joined us for dinner and the ...
... specialising in aerial silk work. Not tonight, thanks. Before dinner we attended a slightly grand cocktail party. Formal attire, free drinks and canapés. Not too bad as we were there for only the last half hour. It is sooooo not my thing. Nicked a handful of after dinner mints on the way out of the restaurant. Lying in bed doing the diary and feeling unwell. Another successful day! Early start tomorrow with the ANZAC service at ...
... Sappho, whose sensual odes to other women made this island synonymous with lesbian life-styles. Nobody was dressed like the Village People, wearing close-cropped hair, or wife-beater blue singlets. Lots of old men wore worn tweed jackets, and the women are not afraid of a clash in their dress selection. Smoking is almost obligatory, as in Turkey, and ouzo and raki are popular with the under-age set. This is the only sign of Sappho we saw.