Boat Trip

I don’t need therapy, I just need a boat trip

On a vacation in Turkey, on the Turquoise Coast, it’s de rigueur to take a boat trip, perhaps out to some of the island’s that carelessly rise from the pretty blue-green waters.  As it goes, today I am enjoying my second little-ship cruise around the tranquil Mediterranean.

This bit of coastline is sometimes called the Turkish Riviera, which is a misnomer, because it’s rugged, pretty, and charming in exactly the same way the French Riviera isn’t

Unless you are both antisocial and a very poor sailor these shortish boat trips are to be recommended as an interestingly different way to spend a day relaxing in the Mediterranean sunshine.  And getting around by boat is far, far more uplifting than visiting exactly the same places on a charabanc trip.

On top of which eating, drinking, dancing, and sunbathing are all actively encouraged on these excursion boats.

There was a little bit of a lop on the peaceful sea today, which made for an interesting ride and some white spray coming up at the bows of our boat.

~

Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

Sun, sea, but no sex please,

I’m an English Gentleman

11 responses

  1. I had forgotten you were on vacation. What a stunning spot, even if you do need to climb a million stairs to get to your room. (think of those legs..yummy!)
    Sunbathing on a boat, I bet that is a hundred times nicer than in a kayak! More room to spread out and no worries about tipping out. I love boats and water spray and water-

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    1. Sun, turquoise to deep blue Mediterranean, cooling breeze, tiny coves for swimming, lunch and drinks on the boat…. And, enough of a swell to make life interesting. Lunch and drinks on the boat. She was maybe a 60 footer, a dedicated tourist barge.
      I think you’d love it. 💖💖💖😎

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      1. One is supposed to have wanton desires..I have many, your vacation just added to them! :o) xoxoxoxo

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  2. Let me see if I can spell this right ” mirhaba, ” That’s how I remember saying Hi in Turkey

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    1. Or maybe merhabe? I think Turkish is damn difficult ❤

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      1. I lived in Turkey for 16 months. It’s beautiful over there. Rich history, beautiful beaches. I know you are having fun

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  3. Love it! Awesome post 🛥️

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  4. What a beautiful place!

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    1. The Mediterranean is the perfectly beautiful place for a beautiful Mermaid Princess 💖💖💖

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