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... our water tank had been emptied into the engine bay! The remainder of the day was spent pumping out the water, replacing the hose (see pic) in Kas marina, and re-filling our water tank. Another lesson learned - always turn off the tap to the shower hose and the water pump when not in use.
Other minor disasters was our anchoring. The process here is the anchor stern-to the shore with a shore line to stop the boat swinging. To put it politely ...
... it was delicious. After a light walk around tom and Bridget take Asher home for a nap and Amy and I go jewelry shopping for gifts and of course ourselves. Amy knows her stuff. We finish all gift shopping first, then we find a beautiful white gold and pearl ring for me. Being in decisive we decide to get a juice. Naturally we make friends with some locals at the cafe who ...
... magical interlude in a special venue.
We had decided to head for Köyceġiz situated on a fresh water lake between Marmaris and Dalaman. The distance was 46Km but the GPS estimated travelling time as about 1,5hours – the twisty roads and the built up areas mean slow progress and time to enjoy the views.
Köyceġiz was indeed a very pretty town on the lake but there was no campsite and we did not find a ...
... provides accommodation for them.
The call to prayer from the mosque is very much part of the daily rhythm. Tonight there is a special buzz in the streets and a difference in the call. It’s the end of Ramadan and the Eid celebrations begin.
We said goodbye to Dawn and Rory this afternoon and tomorrow the rest of us go our separate ways. We feel so incredibly lucky to have had this holiday time together in such a wonderful setting.
We walked down to the restaurant and were intrigued by the containers of water at every bend. Water - to bus used in the event of a fire!
Our walk took us along the sea front at dusk - so picturesque but a huge new hotel may have an impact. Unfortunately the road is too narrow to safely walk back, at night. This meant we said no to the deserts!