Travel Blogs from Hisaronu, Turkey

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Turunc Bay  to St. Nicholas Island, St. Nicholas Island, Turkey travel blog

Turunc Bay to St. Nicholas Island

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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... . Lunch is spaghetti with a red sauce and dill, which I slather generously with some of the delicious plain yogurt for which Turkey is famous. There is also a green bean dish and a salad. Fresh fruit (strawberries, cherries and very tart green plums) ...

St. Nicholas Island to Cleopatra Island, Cleopatra Island, Turkey travel blog

St. Nicholas Island to Cleopatra Island

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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Saturday, May 27, 2006 St. Nicholas Island to Cleopatra Island / Third Day Aboard Yacht Today gets off to a somewhat later start than yesterday. We are scheduled to depart from St. Nicholas Island at 10:30am. The captain is off fulfilling the list of ...

Dock Yard Island to Rabbit Island, Rabbit Island, Turkey travel blog

Dock Yard Island to Rabbit Island

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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Monday, May 29, 2006 Dock Yard Island to Rabbit Island / Fifth Day Aboard Yacht Today is somewhat more relaxed than yesterday. I am barely conscious this morning due to accumulated lack of sleep. It takes me until afternoon to regain my energy level. ...

Turkey - Not just a Bird that needs stuffing, Hisaronu, Turkey travel blog

Turkey - Not just a Bird that needs stuffing

A travel blog entry by steve_green

... on Asena Village Hotel. Very nice complex with pool, garden restaurant and fairly decent rooms. Set in the hills of Hisaronu with a fantastic view and beautiful surroundings, struck gold again. The lights were on in the bar...perhaps its still open. A ...

Angora Pension !, Hisaronu, Turkey travel blog

Angora Pension !

A travel blog entry by voyage-bellayer

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... Ils m'ont rassuré en disant que je pouvais rouler. On est reparti ! Nous nous sommes arrêtés dans une petite baie près d'Hisaronu. Une pension qui fait aussi camping. Les patrons sont adorables, ils ont deux filles de l'âge des garçons. Ils ...

Cleopatra Island to Dock Yard Island, Dock Yard Island, Turkey travel blog

Cleopatra Island to Dock Yard Island

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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Sunday, May 28, 2006 Cleopatra Island to Dock Yard Island / Fourth Day Aboard Yacht This is the point on the tour where all the coves and bays and ruins and Turkish place names are running together and beginning to be indistinguishable, so you'll ...

Market Madness, Hisarönü, Turkey travel blog

Market Madness

A travel blog entry by chargrieco

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Our first day in Turkey was a very chilled one by the pool. Today, however, we decided to venture to Hisarönü (a 40 minute walk away) for their local market. Perhaps not a wise idea to walk in the 35 degree heat, we were relieved to finally ...

Blue Cruise along medditeranean, Fetiyeh, Turkey travel blog

Blue Cruise along medditeranean

A travel blog entry by mickjules

Well we managed to negotiate the mini bus to fetiyeh (once again we managed to get the bus that did not have a/c) and prepared ourselves for a 4 days boat cruise along the medditeranean. After haggling with all the boat operaters (tourism is slow this ...

Arrival in Turkey, Mamaris., Turkey travel blog

Arrival in Turkey

A travel blog entry by freyja580

Turkey is Green!!! Ok, got to Turkey today. Long trip here though. Left Crete at 2am to Rhodes. Slept on the deck. It was actually really nice out there. Got to Rhodes and can't find the ferry we want. Almost thought we would have to stay the night ...

6 ladies, two men, two weeks, only 1 Turkiye!, Hisaronu, Turkey travel blog

6 ladies, two men, two weeks, only 1 Turkiye!

A travel blog entry by charlotte

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... of friends in a group. For me though not doing much isn't my cup of tea so I took every chance to re-live my old Turkey memories, from food, sights, sea, dancing and ahem, yes the men, again :) Please come back soon as I update all the stories from the ...

Sea Sultans, Datca Bay, Turkey travel blog

Sea Sultans

A travel blog entry by trockie

... prudence of consumption as follows: breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.  Perhaps better stated in Turkey as: breakfast like a sultan, lunch like the mother of a sultan and dinner like a eunuch.   We ate lunch and ...

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