Hi everyone, We hope you had a great Thanksgiving. Al and I and another American couple Steve and Pam were the evening coordinators. We had about 60 people as an Israeli boat came in on Thursday, some Turkish boaters came and two couples from Holland. Burak, our new marina manager and his wife came too.
The highlight of our evening was when Helmet and Harry served up L'Orange the duck. After the staff parade through the dining room with three roasted turkey's with sparklers flaring out came two cruisers, Helmut and Harry in chef coats and hats pushing a covered serving cart. It was decorated with flowers and sparklers too. "Now what is this we all wondered..." This had never happened before plus at first we didn't recognize Harry while Helmet was talking. Helmet went on how this was also the Harvest Festival in Switzerland and turkey wasn't the traditional fare. Then they flipped open the cart and there posed L'Orange (Harry's pet duck he got as a chick for Easter) so proud to be the center of attention. Great laugh by all. People had been threatening to cook up L'Orange all Fall.
We had great fun dancing and our Line Dancing Group performed four dances:-)
Aegean Sea | Turkey | Kemer Turkiz Marina | The Navigator Restaurant | Thanksgiving| Line Dancers
Next week on Tues. The Quartet is here again and on Friday we go to the first Symphony concert for the season. We are having friends for dinner tonight and I made Aunt Connie's Apple Crisp for dessert. We fly home on Dec. 9 so only a short while to have a bunch more fun in the sun. Can't wait to get home to below zero temperatures and snow. "NOT" But we do look forward to the kids and grandkids, friends and family. Can't believe it's the first Sunday of Advent. Love and God Bless Sally and Al