10th September 2017
Now the long Bayram holiday is over, the town is a bit quieter although it is still a nightmare to park. There are still a few visitors around but once the Turkish schools go back in ten days, I imagine the season will be pretty much over.
Some of you will know Cynthia Winterhalter, who runs the Switch Bowling Alley in town. She is starting a new project which sounds interesting, producing a photo book of the cultural changes between the old and modern in South East Asia. You can read more about it on (CLICK HERE) It sounds a really interesting project.
One of the many magical things I enjoy here is the sound of the call to prayer five times a day. However, I didn’t really know much about it until I read this article in Fethiye Times (CLICK HERE).
There seem to have been a few more tourists around this year but I was encouraged to read this article in Daily Sabah about a meeting of Scandinavian visitors in Antalya (CLICK HERE).
Talking of Antalya, we are off for a short break to our favourite Hotel Canada in Cirali next week.