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Gümüşlük - Calm And Chaos
2016-10-27 16:08
I was in Gümüşlük this week on a beautifully calm and sunny day. There were a few late sun-seekers on the beach and one or two boats in the bay but there wasn't much goin… Read More
Drums, Guns And Rakı
2016-10-23 16:58
I was about to write a post about how we saved money, while making my daughter's wedding that bit more personal, by collecting bougainvillea petals to use as confetti. The idea came from clo… Read More
Wedding Dog Blog
2016-10-19 16:53
I'm used to the limelight, my lead-holder gets stopped in the Bodrum streets by strangers who have seen my photo online, but last Sunday I had my red carpet moment, although the carpet was r… Read More
Wedding Day - The Prep
2016-10-15 14:53
A good friend is a connection to life — a tie to the past, a road to the future, the key to sanity in a totally insane world. ~Lois WyseMalcolm, Helen, Josie, the groom, the bride, Kat… Read More
The Final Countdown
2016-10-04 18:14
Five days left until the wedding and my daughter and I are finally getting down to some serious work. We are doing all the decorations ourselves with the exception of the bride's bouquet whi… Read More
September Rushes By
2016-09-24 20:01
September is zooming past and I haven't hit the 'publish' button for 8 days. I should be telling you about road trips to unspoilt bays.Or contradicting the gutter press that would have… Read More
The Pond
2016-09-16 08:17
I like living by the village pond: while not a hub of activity, it is visited most mornings by a succession of villagers with their cows and if I time my dog walking correctly I can find out… Read More
At Home.
2016-09-13 11:41
Today is the second day of Kurban Bayram, Sacrifice Holiday; a busy time of year in Bodrum when city dwellers take their noisy, bustling lifestyle to the Aegean and give us town and country… Read More
Yogurt Etiquette
2016-09-07 13:24
Before I write about eating yogurt, I have to decide how to spell it.  Yogurt - yoghurt - yoghourt and even yojurt are all possibilities but as the word comes from the Turkish yoğu… Read More

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