:D ne kadar sanal bir dunya olsa da Internet "yuzyilin bulusu"...I love Internet :)
Hi Nihal! First of all many thanks for your comment on my post of 08.08.08 at 08h08 at Blogtrotter, now in Kos, Greece! It was great to read you there. Second, sorry for the long delay to come here, but August was a terribly busy month, as everybody else seems to be in vacation…Anyhow, I found sometime now to land here and enjoy your blog.Amazing post. No password is terrible... ;))Loved to see the Ayvalik, Town, Bay and Beach (no horses needed) as well as the Riga pictures. But why don't they keep it Riga instead of being a second something?... ;))What happened to Ana in NY?The Blue post is fantastic! Great treat!Wish you a great weekend!PS: Changed my mind: will be staying in Antalya for a week! Any tips?
Dear Nihal, ok I laughed at that cartoon. I need a laugh. Thank you for your sweet visits and comments this past few days. I am sorry I haven't felt up to visiting very much.I really appreciate the thoughts and concerns of my blogging friends. This knee replacement thing has me so tired out. I am glad to have it done though.Blessings and love to you.Jeanne
@ Gil: Thanks a lot for your lovely comment, and also compliments. Very kind of you, indeed.Antalya (Ancient Atteleia)? One of my favorite places in the country. Both a large and very fashionable, attractive city and a resort town on the central Mediterranean coast, which is also called the Turkish Riviera of Turkey. Has wonderful climate with full sunshine for 300 days a year, and lovely natural beaches -most frequently visited beaches are Konyaalti and Lara-, golf clubs and citrus fruit orchards everywhere found in Antalya. Besides being an absolute paradise for swimmers, it's of a historical significance. During the 2nd century B.C. the King of Pergamum, Attelai the 2nd, founded the area. The Romans, Byzantines, and Seljuks' in turn occupied the city before it came under Ottoman rule. As you know St Nicholas Church still stands just outside in Demre.One more important thing, do not forget to bring a sun protection oil factor of 40+ because it's very hot even in September!Perfect choice, Gil. Wish you restful holidays, and I'm sure you'll love the capital of the Turquoise coast, Antalya:) Impatiently waiting to read your memories on your blog.
This is so funny Nihal! Thanks for the good laugh!Hugs, Pat
That would be me! I've tried to keep my password simple and use it for most things. I have one acct. (work related) that makes you change your password every 6 months tho and it can't be anything you've used before. I always have troubles with that.Darla