Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Optimists Walk

The one problem with being an optimist is that you can be wrong – or maybe just a little bit inaccurate – but you have a great time getting to wherever you are going.  And so this week’s ramble from … Continue reading

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The Bezirgan Heights – or – The Bezirgan Hoardes

This week’s Tuesday walk broke all the records.  On the first walk of the season 19 people had turned up and we thought we were a crowd.  Little did we know that by the fourth walk, the numbers would have … Continue reading

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A Holiday Walk at Patara

I’d like to start by saying how much the “thanks” from so many of the Tuesday walkers are appreciated.  It is for me a rather selfish task to organise the walks as I love them so much and they wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Walking in the Saribelen Valley

How quickly a week passes.  Last Tuesday we had a great walk through the woods of Yeṣilkӧy.  The weather was good to us during the day but that night we had thunder, lightening, rain and wind.  The rain was much … Continue reading

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To Walk or Not To Walk? Heat is the Question

This September in Kalkan on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, has been very, very hot.  Temperatures have been in the mid to high 30’s C.  We hear that it has been exceptionally dry all summer.  But the stalwarts of the walking … Continue reading

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