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... the 2000 year old columns set willy nilly and order a çay and walk through ancient times. It's like the enchanted forest on the trans Canada hwy near Sicamous - only real and no one is around. Bodrum. "A Turkish seaside getaway with an enigmatic elegance that pervades it" says the Lonely Planet guide book. Maybe after wayyyy too much wine. It is picturesque, I'll give it that much. We roll in mid afternoon. Traffic is heavy and cabs are ...
We arrived in Bodrum in Turkey and hopped aboard our Turkish Gulet. It's a traditional Turkish boat. Our captain was Oolash, his crewman was Uur and our Cook was Bydem. We headed out cruising down the coast. The water was incredibly blue and warm! We saw sea turtles, jellyfish and garfish. Greg caught a moray eel. We ate A LOT! No chocolate for Mrs K when I get back!! Everyday we ...
... under the stars. It's a pretty ****** life... Each day we motor to 3 or 4 different, but equally beautiful coves to swim and explore. We read, fish, play cards and generally relax. We have seen some interesting sealife, whilst not abundant like home, there has been enough to keep us entertained. A beautiful sea turtle, some incredible jellyfish that look like fried eggs and Greg even caught a Moray ...
... have maybe only had half a dozen big nights in total. This one escalated quickly and I had the brainwave to go and get my nose pierced. I had it pierced about 15 years ago and had been thinking about getting it done again. To my utter surprise, Jen got it done as well! Yep, we are now the proud owners of matching nose-rings – well Jen got a stud, but I got a ring!!
Oh yeah, the guy at the first hostel gave us a new suitcase! He told us that a guest had left it there and he ...
... as the third most important Oracle in the world (after Delphi and Dodona in Greece. It was supposed to be the largest in the Hellenic world, but was never completed due to various sackings from 500 BC onwards. In Homer's times one family had a monopoly on all the oracles and religious sites in the Agean area, and they did all the interpreting of the utterances, making them very powerful indeed, until Darius the great Persian general did away with them. Apparently large ...