Monthly Archives: April 2014

Scaling the Bezirgan Heights – Again

This is a first for me.  Until today every blog published has been entirely original.  But today I realised there was a danger of a lot of duplication as yesterday we went on a walk that I’ve blogged about twice … Continue reading

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From Islamlar to a Panoramic Viewpoint

Islamlar is a village community in a steep-sided and steeply rising valley in the mountains behind Kalkan.  The valley is famous for its fast flowing trout stream.  There are a number of excellent restaurants where you can sample a freshly … Continue reading

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Walking the Lycian Way from Kapaklı to Üçaĝız

There’s a tradition amongst the walkers in Kalkan of going on reasonably challenging walks, mostly along parts of the Lycian Way, on Sundays.  This week the tradition was broken in two ways.  Firstly, due to a clash of dates – … Continue reading

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A Day in Rural Turkey

Bye Bye to the Seaside The other day we had the privilege of an invitation to visit a home in the real countryside, away from the seaside.   Of course, being by the sea is great, especially when the sky is … Continue reading

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