I really enjoyed my sourdough with cheese spread for breakfast on Saturday 14th December before we headed off for a spot of dogging in the rain! By the time we finished walking the dogs I was absolutely soaked – Captain Caveman had his waterproofs on so was fine.
Back home I had a cheese sandwich for lunch and we went to the market for fresh produce in a bit of a downpour. I’d seen a TV for sale on a local Facebook page so we decided to go to look at it but it was a bit out of Dalyan and the seller wasn’t able to accurately describe where his house was. By the time we eventually tracked him down there was a massive storm and we had been past about 6 times.
When we got home we unpacked our exciting new TV only to find that they hadn’t given us the instructions and the remote so Captain Caveman had to go back! I took photos of the old one and got it advertised only to have a potential buyer booked in for the next morning at 10am. We celebrated with a glass of wine and arranged for a handyman to come put it on the wall on Monday. We ate a spaghetti bolognese at home and then went to meet Sarah at Jazz bar, where Captain Caveman nodded off while the band was on and we were chatting.

It was the winter fayre at Köyceğiz on Sunday 15th December and I had agreed to join Sarah on Captain Boris’s boat trip while Captain Caveman used his new drill on some erections and the DIY IKEA assembling.
The boat trip was great, cold at first but then the sun came out and by lunchtime it was t-shirt weather again. We had a lunch by the river followed by a glass of wine at a bar. Of course we had a mooch around the fayre but I only bought a jar of cranberry sauce while Sarah got herself a new hat.
There was rather a lot of mulled wine left so Sarah and I ended up a bit sloshed, met Captain Caveman in Lukka for a drink where Maddie and Bianca joined us before we all trotted off for a lovely dinner at Rendezvous – I just love the crispy belly pork there (served gluten free style).

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