Selcuk, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Izmir

Neither Pam nor I make any claims for prescience or any other psychic abilities so perhaps it was only common sense leading us to book a cab for early the next morning on our return journey from Antalya Archeological Museum. We are good to go by 6:45am and just as we walk down the stairs…

Sweet Surrender

Lycian Way, Turkey. Cayagiz to Myra / Demre. Pam wakes early and has already filled her head with schemes for the coming day by the time I awaken. ‘We are returning to Cayagiz to walk the long steep goat track route back to the Myra ruins and Demre’ she tells me with great delight as…

Red Wharf

The first of the guests to stay here at Deri Fawr, in the self catering accommodation units arrives. During their first full night the gas supplying the stove in the unit runs out and I spend a frantic half hour stumbling around in the mud, dark and freezing rain finding and reconnecting a full gas…

Isle of Anglesey

Thus far during our travels Pam and I have been extremely fortunate with weather conditions. In my mind it is almost like sunshine is following in our footsteps. Of course there have been periods of rain and grey skies however a short revisit of our photos posted in our blog entries shows mostly one deep…

Our bonus Christmas Eve

The constantly gathering cloud cover of the previous day solidifies during the night. We wake to the sound of waterfalls coursing the stone stairs outside our apartment once more. The glory of our climb to the sky tides over into our last full day in Dubrovnik. Despite our inactivity we are at peace. Having had…

Wired to the Sky

Sufferers from red/green colour blindness might have trouble discerning the contrast between the jaunty orange of the Dubrovnik Cable Car and the dark green stripe of forest swathing the lower slopes of Mt Srd. Pam has good colour vision and we have been watching its rapid climb and descent occurring on a regular half hour…