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Travel Blogs from Dalaman
... what me?) and mimed the pull, whirr, cut and tree falling they both started laughing. A couple of high fives later they got in to a local car and left us hoping this really was where we got the dolmas to town. Sure enough one came along.
In town we hopped off one bus and boarded another, this time heading south of a small mountain pass to Kayakoy. One and a half million Greeks were forced to return to Greece in 1923 ( only 400,000 Turks were sent ...
One of the islands we stopped at was called Cleopatra Island which has a lot of ancient ruins, when I went on the boat trip with nanny and loulou we didn't go on this island as there is an entrance fee. However this time we didn't have to pay the entrance fee as we had family discount, so we walked around the island. There were so many chickens on the island it was amazing, I made a chicken friend on the beach but I think he was using me to get to the cake I was eating. ...
... first dive showcased three tunnels, the longest being 20 metres, followed by swimming over neat rock formation with some fish swimming around. The second dive we swam along a wall of rock where we saw lots of fire worms, groupers, a crab, and other miscellaneous fish that I’m sure every ichthyologist could quickly name. Unlike the Red Sea where everywhere you look something is going on, slowing down and finding the action was rewarding ...
... until they were bored and eat lunch and then up anchor and sail in to town. On Saturday, after a long last day of sailing and playing in the sea, we waved goodbye to the last of our charter guests and strolled back to the yacht slightly shell shocked!
Although our neighboring boats invited us to join them in town for a few beers the small drinks we had started supping in the cockpit had already hit the spot and we were slowly becoming comatose!
I was ...
... on like this in fits of hysterics until we came to a dead end with some picnic tables and an abandoned truck. We turned around...
By Midnight we had just found the motorway having navigated using the stars, an iphone compass, air traffic and my gut feeling! “Its definitely this way guys, I have a great internal compass”... Finally we rolled in to Göcek at 12:45 starving, dying for the loo and slightly hysterical.
Most of the restaurants ...
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