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Pergamon to Gallipoli

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We are now parked in a campground in southern Bulgaria, it’s hot and we have taken the day off to do some washing and odd tasks that needed to be done. The last week has gone very quickly and I find it hard to believe our Turkey adventure stage is over, but I must go […]Continue reading «Pergamon to Gallipoli»

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Ephesus

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Ephesus Wednesday 12th June   Waking up to another beautiful day looking at the bay we had to proceed to pack up and make a move to places further. Heading our campers north we had to pass back through Marmaris and in need of restocking our larders and fridge we stopped at a large Kipa […]Continue reading «Ephesus»

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Turgut

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Turgut Saturday 1st June.   We made an early start for our short drive to Turgut,  another of Clyde and Anna’s “finds”.  We stopped at first at a cafe they had been to many years before which had been a restaurant, and after re-acquainting with the the lady owner we left to find a suitable […]Continue reading «Turgut »

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Akyaka

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Akyaka. Akyaka was mainly a spot chosen for its convenience as a waystop on to our next destination.   An overnight sleeping place, situated next to the marina,  it was a large carpark with cafés and hotels close by. We went for a walk around the holiday town finding interest in the old buildings and watching […]Continue reading «Akyaka»

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Dalyan

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Dalyan Our next stop on our journey was Dalyan; a previously quiet riverside fishing village that has now turned into a tourist hot spot. We had to make our way to the campsite via the main street and it was a bit of a trick manoevring past the wandering tourists, the souvenir stalls, cafes and […]Continue reading «Dalyan»

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Aphrodisias

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 Aphrodisias                          Our next stop on our adventure we decided would be another pile of  “old rocks”,  Aphrodisias was a small ancient Greek city named after Aphrodite the goddess of love and was renowned for its school of sculpture and many sculptures from this city have been found throughout the Roman empire.   Built on an […]Continue reading «Aphrodisias»

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Pamukkale

Pamukkale Sunday 1st June We drove into Pamukkale and found the campsite on the main road with view of the Travertines. We negotiated a fair price and with its convenience and good facilities we were happy to call the place home for three nights. Our first afternoon was spent doing the usual house duties, washing […]Continue reading «Pamukkale»

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Camping Egidir – Altinkum Camping

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Egidir Altinkum Camping This is for anyone trying to find the campsite in Egidir. We had several sources and all had the GPS co-ordinates going to a school playground. The correct GPS co-ordinates are Lat 57°52.751′ North  Long 30°49.335′ East. We stayed there for a couple of days, they had toilets and showers and a […]Continue reading «Camping Egidir – Altinkum Camping»

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Beysehir

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Beysehir   Our next destination was Beysehir, situated on the largest freshwater lake in Turkey. We had read that it had an interesting old Mosque which was known for its wooden interior. We had an uneventful drive through the countryside and we noticed how much it changed from the dry Cappadocia area into a fertile […]Continue reading «Beysehir»

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Cappadocia to Konya

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Cappadocia to Konya   It is not far to Konya from Cappadocia so we had a quiet morning and headed off at 11.00am. About 60kms into our drive we diverted to a place called Agzikarahan, this is where in the past the camel caravans would stop overnight. It turned out not as promising as the […]Continue reading «Cappadocia to Konya»

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