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... them and compared notes. The next day, we departed Fethiye on our 4 day cruise. We have a real mixed bunch of people on our boat. We first boarded the boat and headed into our cabin. The first thing we noticed was the smell of the cabin. It smelled like they went in there with a hose, soaked everything and then closed the door. It was foul. Being a cabin, there was little to no room too. Chels and I looked at each other and instantly thought "we ...
... Ramadan when we arrived back in Istanbul. There were so so many stalls within the grand bazaar all trying to sell you there products for the lowest price. We also went to the Spice Bazaar, which was much busier but smelt lovely. The combination of all the spices was incredibly aromatic. As a group we also went on a ferry ride on the Bosphorus river.
My final day in Turkey involved a visit to the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia. The Blue Mosque ...
Good Morning..... today we started our day with a "bee breakfast". That is to say, the bees were eating our breakfast, so that we could not. Cute Denise was eating her omelette as quickly as she could, whilst the bees were nibbling on each bite before she could get it to her mouth. Denise won in the long run -- but how maddening this was. Solution: pull the anchor and run. The next thing I saw was Marina diving into the water, and swimming shore to untie our stern line. We ...
A lazy start to the day, after a late night dropoff from the wedding.
Wandered around the shops and had lunch with Wendy.
Had a rest, then caught up with Jamie and Emma.
Collected Derek's holiday hat from Jamie, then caught up with the others before grabbing a quick dinner and heading off to the airport.
A late night flight, then checked into the airport Holiday Inn hotel at 2am.
... national parks, but as per-usual, they are in perfect uniform lines, spaced at an exact length apart that is more akin to a tree farm than a natural forest. And of course, conventional industrialized agriculture with its pesticides and herbicides is a norm highly unlikely to be shaken loose anytime soon, aside from the farm I am on, but Sinan the owner is moving to Bodrum, so even that might change.
(Pictures soon to come)