Alinn Sarigerme Boutique Hotel
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... were exchanged and Tyler got a free peach nectar for his inconvenience which surprisingly was all that was needed to move on. After breakfast and our last morning swim, we set off for Fethiye and land. Tyler and Tom took turns driving the boat which at 23 meters was surprisingly nimble. To earn the check mark in the "actual sailing" box, we raised the jib on a downwind reach for about 20 minutes before refurling it and continuing to motor towards ...
... heading to town to look at some tours for tomorrow. Soooo much more chilled out and laid back from the last town - filled with little boutiques and handicrafts stores amongst quaint little restaurants. Tour booked, supermarket shop done as back home again still working on our three litre of red (by myself) cooking fries in the oven to go with cold chicken that I think are supposed to deep fried, so raw... This may take a while! The fishing rods are ...
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 ...
... 8211; Those Subtle Differences
As we think one of the most interesting parts of travelling is discovering those subtle differences between home and the places we visit, we figured we would start sharing some of those with all of you going forward:
-Standard pizza toppings in Turkey include pickles, corn and peas
-You get a giant whole loaf of white bread with every meal, but no butter to go along with it.
-The idea ...
... to do some people watching. Fethiye was surprisingly quiet considering it's now well into the European summer, although I soon realised that it wasn't until the sun went down that this beach side town came alive. I spent the rest of my first day in Fethiye doing very little - swimming, a bit of clothes washing in the bathroom sink, net time, and early to bed with no need for dinner after filling up on kebab.
Saturday I hit the town again with my Aussie ...