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Have moved to the coastline we are seeing a very different Turkey a lot more tour groups with huge crowds everywhere. Enjoying the coastal towns Kas is a great little place where I could spent more time. Spending the day on a boat is so relaxing. less than a week left in Turkey then heading to Paris. Have enjoyed seeing different parts of this great country. Can't wait to come back one ...
... of delicious food - eaten outside, of course, Raki, the local hootch (they said I handled that well, which I'll take as a complement). It tastes like ouzo, and you drink it with ice and water (unless you're Peri, who is a hard ass and drinks it straight like a cowboy), which turns it milky. Best vacation chemistry ever! We toured the town, which had come alive as the sun went down. Music from each bar bled into the music from surrounding bars - an ecstatic ...
... which my brother kindly requested and had played. We all shame ourselves for perpetuating the Turkish perception that westerners love these songs while we have a good time dancing to them.
We make our way back to the boat, bundle our blankets and pillows up to the deck to sleep in the open air. The stars are brilliant. The breeze – amazing. The crickets are doing their best serenade. One last burst of ...
... there, especially in the dark but was well worth the effort.
The next morning Bob and I headed down the beach and around the corner to the ancient city of Olympus. Although the city has been partially restored, we did feel a bit like Indiana Jones while we searched out temples and churches.
Day 10 and we left Olympus for our last stop in Antalya. This is a large city with a good old section of the city and a ...
... captain pushed the boat full throttle into the cresting waves, making headway for a sheltered cove. After 4 hours of rough sailing we found a cove and decided to anchor there for the rest of the day. Throughout the evening and into the night ships made their way into our cove seeking shelter from the raging sea. With little hope of doing any further sight seeing today. We retrieved some beers from the cooler and settled in. ...