Even though I’ve only been in Newcastle for a week, and still catching up on my time in Turkey, today I am flying out to Atlanta for my Little’s wedding. (Please send me good flying vibes.) I’ve been waiting for this week for over a year now. It’s going to be fabulous. I feel lucky to have done so much traveling this month! And when I return from Atlanta the RSC only has one more week in Newcastle and then I’m London bound for good. I can’t wait for Sam and I to settle down in one place. I counted and I have moved 12 times in the past 3 years. As we are looking to sign a year lease I’ll be cutting my average way short next year- hurray!
But now back to Turkey. Around Belek and Anatalya, you are surrounded by arid scrub. The look of the land was fairly similar to that of New Mexico. But go a mile in one direction and you are at the gorgeous Mediterranean coast. Travel another and you hit beautiful rivers.
The waterfall we visited is one of the tributaries of the Aksu River in the middle of a pine forest. No swimming or fishing is allowed so the fish swim close to the surface in the crystal clear waters. It’s a little remote, about a 20 minute drive into the country from Anatalya. It would be a lovely place to have a picnic, and there are lots of spots for that purpose!