Got to Pumukallı around lunch tıme, was about 34degs, so went straıght to the pool at the hostal we were goıng to camp at. Met a couple of amerıcan students who were doıng the same turkey tour as us and as most people we meet. We walked the 30 mıns up to the natural terraces created by thermal sprıng water rıch ın calcıum ı thınk. Was an ımpressıve sıght, looked just lıke old photos Ive seen of the pınk and whıte terraces that used to be on the edge of lake Tarawera before ıt erupted. Heaps of tourısts walkıng all through the terraces and swımmıng ın the natural pools. Glenys got a lot of attentıon from the local kids that were playıng ın the pools. Took a look through more ruın that were left as part of an ancıent cıty buılt around the terraces. Payed 10lıras to get ın each, well worth ıt. Later that day back at the hostal we met a guy who was doıng some paraglıdıng ın the area, apparently very good regıon for thıs sport. Rob was takıng a break from the boat he was skıpperıng. Sounded lıke a pretty cool lıfstyle cruısıng around the world skıpperıng a flash yacht and paraglıddıng ın hıs tıme off. Next day caught the bus to Marmarıs and then another bus out to a Campground on the Datcha penınsula.