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We left Kayakoy this morning (July 31) and we were meant to travel to Kas, about a 4 hour journey, to catch our boat for our two day cruise. Somehow our boat was out of commission so we travelled a further 30 minutes to Kekova and boarded a boat there.
The area of coast we are in is known as the Turkish Mediterranean and it is a bit of ...
While the climate and the landscapes vary greatly, there are some Turkish archetypes you'll see everywhere:-
Goats - in towns, on the side of city lanes, strolling down the middle of highways, or sleeping on some Roman tomb, goats are everywhere, and since fences aren't, they are tended by old weathered Turk goat-herds
decrepit Renault 12's, packed full of people and ...
... inspect the O-ring as required to by the PADI safety check-list. While underwater I recalled their disastrous failure record in Vietnam while and the safety omission raised the heart rate a little. But we had no incidents during the course of the day. So robbed of all possible tension here is the rest of the journal entry:
After less than an hour travelling on the boat our guide went through a thorough briefing with us and ...
... line-height: normal;">The bus picked us up from the hotel- well- not a bus, an old open back Jeep- like one of those Jeeps that shout "you're going on an adventure!" We climbed aboard, joining two French tourists. The jeep picked up a few more passengers and then we drove to a small town about an hour away where we departed from.
... very fast to another hotel employee. I said to Anya, I bet that is our bus driver and he doesn't know the way to Kas.
Sure enough this proved to be true.
We had the most amazing trip over three lots of mountains, high enough in spots to almost touch the mountains with snow still clinging to the top. We drove through some big towns at first and then moved into the country side where the mountain cashmere goats ...