This campground and the campsite that we are occupying said to us this morning, “Sit Back and Enjoy The Day”. Sooo, we did !!! The sun was a little hot coming into the van while we were making up breakfast and doing the morning dishes, but after that…my oh my, what a beautiful day. It topped out at about 80 and got as low as 72 last night. Louise being the “Hunter of Shell’s” walked the beach from one side to the other. We’ve got some beautiful rocks, but only 2 shells the total walk. All were left behind (thank God for the van). I don’t know if I mentioned the little village that we are in, or not. It’s Goynuk, and is located just a few km east of Kemer right on the Mediterranean. Our walk took us up the beach so that we could see two of the large beach resorts here. We’re sure that they are associated with timesharing. They just have that “Timeshare” look. One was nice, and the other was really quite nice. Of course they have all the water features…jet ski’s, water banana’s, and all the rest of the toys.
After we got back from our walk, we both got into our swimming suits and took a swim in the Med. The water was “wonderful”, and they tell us it will stay the same at least through December. By that time we will be heading for Greece. Late afternoon, we decided to do some “spring cleaning” and get rid of some of the things that we brought, never warn, probably never will, and extra luggage. Then we settled down for a light dinner of pop-corn and a beer. Just as we were finishing up, the young man who we’ve become friends with here (Oskan) brought us a full plate of these very small fish that he had lightly battered and fried up. He also brought us a plate full of this wonderful flat bread that is fried on both sides and lightly filled with this wonderful cheese. I loved the whole thing, but with Lou’s touchy stomach, she only ate some of the bread.
Tomorrow….going into Kemer for groceries, internet, and ….