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... her temple and a truly huge and amazing stadium in great condition. Additionally all the magnificent statues were in a museum and easily seen and appreciated. We next had a lovely lunch in another outdoor area with a cute man playing a balalaika with a dancing parrot!!
Next we drove several hours until we reached a Greek ghost town called Kayakoy. The story behind this town was very sad indeed – as it was part of the ...
... sometimes you just need it). Sunday saw us heading along the mediterranean coast to Antalya (the biggest city along the mediterranean with 1.5 million people). On the way we stopped for a few hours at Sakllikent Gorge which is 300 metres deep and 18km's long. It is really only explorable during the summer months when it is not flowing with water. As we've just had some rain in the area, the water levels are reaching waist high at certain ...
While in Olympos our travel plans took an unexpected turn. We met a group of 8 Aussies who are doing their own tour around Turkey finishing in Gallipolli for ANZAC day. Greg the organizer is a former tour guide and had been coming to Turkey for the past 20 years.
After chatting to Greg for a while we decided to hitch a ride with them them to the town of Oludeniz, which is famous for the 'blue lagoon' and is very scenic. The drive there took all ...
... play around in an inflatable though at butterfly valley, that was far too small for me, but was lots of fun paddling around.
Our boat trip took us to two more coves and to an island with ruins on, where we also met some other larger boats doing cruises from other seaside resorts.
Back at camp, Graham and Colin along with some help from others who didn’t go on the cruise were very kindly preparing a bbq over the campsites open fire pit ...
... Claus legend.
Lunch is aboard a small boat at Kekova Bay, as we take a cruise to see the remains of a city that was devastated by an earthquake and partially sunken under the sea by the dramatic changes in the land mass. We can see pottery pieces through a small glass section in the bottom of the boat, but the more interesting sights are at the water's edge. The lunch served on board is one of the best of the entire ...