Alinn Sarigerme Boutique Hotel
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... the boat presented the perfect opportunity, And also, Chels needed to top up her tan. Apparently a few days away from the water and she turns back into Casper.. We left Fethiye and headed south. Time flew as we headed towards our first stop. Butterfly bay. It was a spot taken straight of a post card. Turquoise water that was the perfect temperature. A stunning shale beach and clear blue sky's. The island was lush and green. There wasn't a great ...
... Ramadan when we arrived back in Istanbul. There were so so many stalls within the grand bazaar all trying to sell you there products for the lowest price. We also went to the Spice Bazaar, which was much busier but smelt lovely. The combination of all the spices was incredibly aromatic. As a group we also went on a ferry ride on the Bosphorus river.
My final day in Turkey involved a visit to the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia. The Blue Mosque ...
Good Morning, Gocek. Denise and I had decided that right after breakfast, she and I would check out the shopping of Gocek. I old her my last time here, 6 years ago, the shopping was superb.... so we were on a high to find the best of the best. As we were wondering the streets in the early morning time, we noticed the neon temperature sign on the bank was reading 35 degrees centigrade (100 degrees F). Wow -- this is really hot for 9:30a.m., in the morning. The ...
... via the ghost town Kayakӧy. We walked among the ruins of an old Greek town, abandoned in the population exchange of Turkish Muslims and Greek Orthodox in 1923. Houses upon houses, where 5000 people once made their lives, now abandoned and crumbling. A huge Greek Orthodox Church stood in the centre, a shadow of its former glory, with just its walls, high domed ceiling and patches of tiled floors surviving the test of time. It was eerily quiet, and I was ...
We went to Patara to swim in the Turkish Dead Sea a couple of days ago and it was excellent! Patara is a desert sand dune beach on the Dead Sea backed by Roman ruins. The beach is beautiful and the ruins are very nice. There was ************e in the ruins and I even had the whole amphitheatre to myself while Ryan waited with the sleeping boys in the car. It was really hot - around 105 degrees - but there was ...