Ist September 2013 Alibey Harbour to Alibey Bay

When Local Fisherman Mehmet Called Past at Lunchtime  he Preferred a Whiskey to a Coffee !!
When Local Fisherman Mehmet Called Past at Lunchtime, a  Whiskey was Preferred to a Coffee !!
The Old Port at Alibey has Long Term Private Berths which are Available Occasionally when Vacant – Most were Returning After the Long Weekend and Therefore we had to Depart
Mehmet Lives Aboard his Yacht and Keeps his Fishing Boat in the Same Harbour
It Appears Most of the Berths in this Port are Privately Owned
There is Always Availability of Mooring Along the Restaurant Pier Next to the Port or on Anchor Along the Shore of Alibey, as we have Chosen to do
There are Quite a Few ¬†Restaurants Side by Side Along the Water’s Edge
We Enjoyed Dinner at this Restaurant a Couple of Nights Ago
The Windmill at the Top of the Hill was Originally an Olive Processing Plant
The Windmill at the Top of the Hill was Originally an Olive Processing Plant
Imagine this Mansion Renovated !! And the Whirling Dervish Statue Out Front !!
Holiday Houses in Alibey
Alibey is much Quieter than the Larger Town of Ayvalik, Across the Bay
A Late Afternoon Cruise Depart the Town
Late Afternoon Cruises are Popular
Several Day Tripper Boats Depart for a Twilight Cruise
Several Other Day Tripper Boats Depart for a Twilight Cruise too
The Sun Sets Over One of the Local Fishing Boats
A Local Fishing Boat Returns to the Port
Alibey by Night

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