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School tournament was behind me and now is the time for university level tournament. My very first was the world championship hosted by Koc University in Antalya, Turkey.
This town might not have the fame of Istanbul, but it is set in a beautiful seaside setting. Much more peaceful and nicer to walk around. As usual, we spent 90% of our …
... them to eat the dead skin. It does sound really yukky but it felt fine – little tickles and certainly our feet felt smoother afterwards. A further little walk, then lunch and then another walk. We are finding the vendors initially assertive but once it is clear that we don't wish to make a purchase they are actually really friendly – especially to Craig. It is a very MALE population but also secular with strong women.
They bring in a guy and make him walk a straight line, tiny steps one in front of the other. "He Bira trinken", says a cop. We leave before we find out his fate. I've been riding so long I'm not sure if I could walk the line!
We stop for photos on the top of the mountain. There are spent shells lying on the road. Hunting or a mountain bandit shoutout? ...
... I go further into the town to find a cafe with wifi so I can catch up on the blog. Kemer is busy and up market. There are a lot of Russian accents around.
In the evening we ride out to an extraordinary restaurant known to Karl-Heinz. It is high up in the mountain and built up into and around ...
The concept of bypassing towns has not caught on much in Turkey and every settlement is a series of traffic lights that slow down the journey hugely.
Many of the lights have a countdown timer showing how many seconds to the next change. Most Turkish drivers treat this as an opportunity to practice their Formula 1 starts, and many would incur time penalties ...