Saturday, October 12, 2013

Levi's Gulet Blog

In Turkey we went on a Gulet.  A Gulet is a big sailboat.  Ours had four cabins and three crew members.  There was a Captain, a cook and a helper.  This is our Gulet.  It's name is Atalante.

We stopped everyday and swam, ate, and took the dingy to explore.

This is me driving the dingy to the sandy beach to explore.  There were ruins and old pottery pieces on the ground.  We saw lizards and Mac caught a snake.

I enjoyed the peace and relaxation on the Gulet.

1 comment:

  1. Jacqueline MiddletonOctober 12, 2013 at 3:23 PM

    So, Mac, what was the history behind these beautiful ruins? Why didn't anyone live there anymore? As you know, Turkey is an amazing treasure-trove of history – including Christianity and other religions. Why, for instance, was the dome-shaped hut – and its village – abandoned?