Sunday 22nd July 2012 Cokertme to Global Sailing Marina

Our English Neighbours for a Night
Goodbye Cokertme
Heading Further East up the Gokova Channel
Passing by Cleopatra’s Beach
A Gulet Passing by Snake Island
A Great Spot to Swim Near Gokova
Gokova Town with Thousands of People Enjoying the Beach
So Many Kite Surfers Taking Advantage of the Breeze Near Gokova
Back to Castle Island
Plenty of Gulets at Castle Island for the Afternoon
The Remains of the Kistak Church Built Around 500AD
Looking Towards the Old Harbour and all the Day Tripper Boats
The Sheltered Cleopatra’s Beach at Castle Island
Nobody is Allowed on the Beach!! Reason is to Preserve the Pure Sand How Lucky are we Australians!! Legend has it that Cleopatra had this Beach Constructed with the Sand Being Shipped from the Sahara Desert 
The Ancient Ampitheatre on the Island
The Theatre Built in Ancient Times had Amazing Views Over the Water
The Ampitheatre Overlooks the Old Harbour, Snake Island and Beyond to Gokova Limani
The Remains of Part of the City Wall on Castle Island
The Water is Emerald Coloured Here by the Apollo Sanctuary
Not a lot Remains of the Sanctuary Today
Many Remains of the City Wall Circa 4th Century BC can be Seen Around Castle Island
The Gokova Yacht Club, Sogut Bay
The Galley Restaurant at the Club
The Menu at The Galley
Very Nice Local Shiraz
Finally a Lovely Peppered Steak on the Menu



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