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Travel Blogs from Ortaca
... woman's parents' home and ask permission for their son to marry their daughter. This doesn't really happen now as no one cares what their parents think anymore, but the parents still meet and get to know each other and everyone eats cake. It was the first time Fatma had met Ali's family too, so she was very nervous, but all went well.
... the Captain didn't hop in the pool he was nominated the Paparazzo taking all the photos and the 5 month old puppy dog, Lucky, guarded the boat. Not long before dark we hopped back on board and returned back to the Hotel, went and bought some meat for a BBQ which we all enjoyed together with a couple of beers.
Above the river's sheer cliffs are the weathered fašades of Lycian tombs cut from rock, circa 400 ...
... we can see our destination and the road makes for quick transit of the last stretch.
Well, we feel pretty handsomely rewarded for our trekking efforts because our lodgings for two nights are fantastic, with jaw dropping views across the capes to the north and to the south. You can sit for hours - and we do - and just soak it all in. Again, we are spoiled for food (at least at dinner). What a life.
Two lazy days at Yediburunlar and we ...
... we went really quick and good at our speed and duration it's highly likely that the blood would of rushed to my legs and they would of gone numb. I couldn't really recall as I think I was soaking in what had just happened. The touch down was interesting but all went smoothly and landed in one piece. When we were up the top a guy was sitting there with his leg rapped up, later found out he was a pilot who broke his leg and then his passenger broke her ankle. A ...
... of the loose rocks, and minimal level pathing, Denise became my crutch both up and down. God Bless her, for helping me attain this goal yet one more time. And I only lost footing five times and skinning only one elbow. Not bad for my average of climbing. Gemilier is a three-bandaid hike. Reaching the top is a total fulfillment of a challenge by any who try, and no matter what age. Climbers all seemed to be going slow and easy. Some getting totally turned around due to ...
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