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Tuesday January 13, 2015
Fethiye, Turkey (FET ee UH)
Fethiye is a coastal city with a nice harbor. It's also got some Lycian ruins in town. Just above the city in the hills, there are some nice ...
... been Turkish speakers. Turkey accepted impoverished Muslim speakers from the Balkans. Back to the hotel early afternoon gave the shoperholics and chance to return to town. Rae and I had a pleasant walk around the harbour looking at the boat builders. We were impressed with the winching techniques of how the boats were dragged across the beach for maintenance using an elaborate block and tackle system. A good interesting and relaxing day was had by ...
... crippled mum up the hill, we ventured towards an eating spot for early dinner. I'd like to say we stumbled across Cin Bal's restaurant, but we purposefully located it following some good advice from a university friend (thanks Tom!).
Along a dusty track, away from the main road, sits Cin Bal's restaurant garden. The smell of barbecued meat sweeps through the terrace. Sat under the vineyards that arch over our heads, shielding us from the burning heat, we jester for ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... a resume of the places we visited.
Eating out was a different experience every night and food varied from simple kebabs to sauces I could never dream up. One night on walking back from the harbour we were joined by a silent companion who slipped from the shadows and walked alongside us – ignoring any attempts at conversation on our part. Occasionally he would politely incline his head to show he was listening. If we stopped he would stop. If ...