Alinn Sarigerme Boutique Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sarigerme
... to the oasis of the Hotel Vanilla (highly recommended!).
The next day we prepaid ourselves for another full day of 'bus battles' only to be pleasantly pleased by what Shane called a "Different Dolmus Day". One after the other we made connections we hasn't even prepared for finding ourselves in the sleepy town of Datca at check in time. This will be our kick back before heading north to Ephesus and eventually Istanbul.
In Datca we seem ...
One of the islands we stopped at was called Cleopatra Island which has a lot of ancient ruins, when I went on the boat trip with nanny and loulou we didn't go on this island as there is an entrance fee. However this time we didn't have to pay the entrance fee as we had family discount, so we walked around the island. There were so many chickens on the island it was amazing, I made a chicken friend on the beach but I think he was using me to get to the cake I was eating. ...
... ourselves. The cool water flowed quickly, and while it wasn’t an adrenaline rush, it was a lot of fun!
Our second to last stop of the day was a mud bath. This was more fun than I expected and we were quickly covered head to toe in mud. We then rinsed the mud off in the same water as we rafted in, brrrr. We made one more quick stop at a gas station with a swimming pool (seriously!) while they tried to sell photos of the day ...
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 ...
... comfy seats all to ourselves.
The 12 Islands cruise travels around a cluster of 12 islands in and around the Fethiye harbour. Most cruises follow the same path and stop at or near four islands for swim breaks. Ours was no exception. We boated across turquoise, calm waters to a beautiful rocky, forested island for our first swim break. The water was very clear and about 4 metres deep; we were cautioned to be careful about touching the ocean floor as sea urchins liked to camp out ...
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