Wednesday, 13 June 2012
In the summer we don't find many urchins, so we went on expedition in the hope to discover a new finding place.
We had a Google map with us, but it was pretty useless. There is a myriad of this kind of dirt roads, leading from nowhere to nowhere else.
As always, as soon as you see the coast, it is breath taking.
Most of those little bays are unaccesible by land, though.
In more than 4 hours we didn't see an other human being.
Some signs of humans were present, though. In a deserted bay, somebody with inflated expectations had put some pots of honey on a table with euro prices and instructions in turkish to put the money under the stone.Maybe one day a tourist will comply.
The fishing boat was also deserted.
The person who built this handsome bridge had really great expectations. It leads from a dirt road with no trafic what so ever to a piece of land where in the distance is some bunting and a big sign saying 'restaurant'. Nothing else.
Surrealistic in the best of ways.
We followed this mother and daughter team for a while.
They lead us to their favorite cove.
A small herd convened there.
One of the girls seemed to be getting pretty attached to me.
I got squeamish, not being familiar with cows ways and all the ladies having babies with them. But probably she only wanted a scratch between the ears, like the doggies.
They were rather king size cows.
Finally we both got to our own beach combing.
The sun was scorching, btw, but they were as foolhardy as german tourists.
We didn't find any urchins, but had a great day!