Wednesday, 27th June 2018 Wild Boar and Sea Urchins We have been heading west along the Turkish coast, back to familiar territory. This is still the Lycian coast: wild & rugged with mountains and ravines, mixed with stretches of long sandy beaches that serve as turtle hatcheries. It was home to an Anatolian race about 2 millennium BC who were skilled craftsmen, architects, traders and sailors. They are noted for their rock tombs, elaborate and convivial ...
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A woman's prerogative to change her mind. Turkish Fjords 1st July 2014 I am allowed to change my mind. From being a bit "iffy" and finding some things difficult, we have decided we like it here. There are two Turkeys and we have been on the beautiful side. We have gone up and down the Hisaronu and Yesilova Gulfs. They are deeply indented and covered in pine. Little boats wind their ways through, some selling fish, bread, honey or linens to those at anchor.Orhaniy...