A rough and real life adventure comprising of a night sleeping in hammocks in the jungle exploring the local nature, all the sights and sounds. The second night was spent in a local home whereby no one but the kids we able or really willing to talk to us.
With its name sake taken from the accent civilisation which once ruled the area , the Lycian Way is a footpath which covers a distance of approximately 334 miles. This costal route stretches from Oludeniz to Geyikbayiri and has been listed by the Sunday Times as one of the worlds top ten walks.
There are now reported to be three pelicans wandering the streets of Mykonos town , the original was ‘Petros’ .Petros became the local mascot after he was rescued by fisherman and nursed back to health.
Walking around the small fishing village of Ksilokeratidi how many cats would you expect to see when you turn down one road?
These pictures don’t do the situation justice, they were everywhere up trees, on the wall etc. No food or obvious encouraging factors just a slightly intimidating situation.
A highlight from my time in Argentina was my three night stay at Anglo-Argentinian estancia.
Learning necessary gaucho skills
horse riding on the fabulous estate
wine tasting local wines whilst watching the sunset
traditional Argentinian BBQ whilst listening to live local music
scattered lodges and stunning surroundings at Orsho ,where the trail is surrounded by dotted memorials to lost climbers.