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... the bride and groom would escape, full on fireworks blasting at our open window. Turks. I've never met so many pushy but polite people before. They'll come at you walking on the sidewalk but if you don't back off, often a hand will be extended and the stranger will say "please" instructing you to pass. Almost everyone was accommodating no matter how little English they spoke. We learned very quickly that "turn left" doesn't mean left necessarily. Watch for ...
... has been inspired by what happened in Kayakoy. The town was deserted by it's mostly Ottoman-Greek inhabitants after WW1 and the Turkish War of Independence. The League of Nations supervised the exchange of populations between Turkey and Greece. Greek Muslims coming from Greece to Turkey and Ottoman Christians moving to Greece. The reason for the exchange was to forestall ethnic violence. Turkey lost many of its Ottoman educated classes, many of whom ...
... and eating! We are enjoying our boat mates.
The last day, we don't have to leave our night spot until after breakfast. Then we sail (motor) for a couple of hours and anchor in a cove near Fethiye (our final stop.)
Judy and I spend the night here before our ferry to Rhodes, Greece. Our room at the V-Go Hotel leaves a bit to be desired, but we are pretty flexible and it's only one ...
... Finishing up our 'typically Greek dinner' of Pastisio, Greek Salad, and Sagonaki, we left the restaurant more than fully and happy. Once back on Milena, enjoying our total wind conditioning, we all sipped on a glass of Grand Marnier, before saying our goodnight. Due to the wind, Jacques had taken the big shade off, which made star gazing easy.... and seeing 3 falling stars just before dropping off to sleep seemed the perfect ending to another beautiful ...
... banana. The balcony door has to be the heaviest such contraption I've ever encountered. Would prefer to wear sandals but for protection may have to wear my running shoes. Will probably forego my morning mosque hunting as a precaution.
Nice brekkie outside, the warm sun on my back. Read up a tad on the next couple of days. Rather posh brekkie, the chocolate bread with nuts my favourite item. Will wear shoes rather than sandals as concession number two today. A ...