No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
LocationMap this condo
TripAdvisor Reviews Viking Apartment Kemer
Travel Blogs from Kemer
... slaying a fearsome beast to redeem the hero's honour,
- a belief that they are the fires that lit the first Olympic torch - after all, Mount Olympos is just up the road (The Greeks dispute that one)
- to the scientific explanation of gases escaping from metamorphic rock.
Whichever way you look at it, the fact that the fires have burnt for eons is "magic" and we're lucky to have seen it before the gas runs out.
... and relaxing except for the Staring Grandma. There was already the Staring Hotel Owner for breakfast and his Staring Helpers. Tell me please, do I eat like an animal? Mouth open? Maybe I've spent so much time alone I don't notice that I'm always talking to myself. I think they're just attentive. Extremely so. Maybe I'm disgusting and don't even know it. If so, please keep me oblivious. That first day I didn't leave the hammock. The second day, I went ...
Oh man. On the bus to Antalya, the woman next to be was viscous with sick. Her fluids seeped into me and I partook in a Turkish flu. Feverish, headache, coughing. I went to Antalya for a day - I was going to stay for three but one was enough. I stumbled around in 106 degree weather before giving in to bed. My hotel was a creaky old ...
Well, the name of our accommodation may have been Bayrams Treehouse, but we were definitely on the ground, albeit in very rustic digs!
Olympos is definitely the most laid back destination of our trip. A small village, set in a valley and popular with the back packer set, Olympos was once an important Lycian city in the 2nd century BC, the remains of which line the 1.5 km track down to the beach. (We are realising that the term ...
Olympos is a lovely relaxing beach community at this time of the year (apparently busy and loud during tourist season). Good thing it's relaxing- it was exactly what I needed at this stage of my trip :) The pre tourist civilization here started in 2nd century BC, and was abandoned in 15th century ...