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... that. Germany threw a wrench in things because of the fierce competition of buslines and online deals. We paid a ridiculously cheap $5 per hour of travel a couple of times because we booked online a few days in advance. In the US, when I pay for a bus from Madison to Chicago O'hare airport, I pay about $12 per hour of travel.
The President of Turkey, Recap Erdogan (pr. AIR do wan), is an Islamist who doesn't drink. He has imposed a huge ...
There is a beautiful Amphitheatre next door to our hotel called Antiphellos. It was built of local limestone in the 1st century BCE, but was destroyed by an earthquake and rebuilt in the 2nd Century AD. It has 26 steps and faces the water. The only living things there today were two lovely billy goats basking in the sun. They were very curious!
We walked around the coast for a few kilometres past a ...
... while driving!!
Today we had a mini bus that crawled along for about the first ten Kms, tooting the horn all the time at prospective passengers and picking up people. We finally got up to over 40 kph!
We went through some stunning heavily treed mountains, through fertile green valleys to the coast, past kilometre after kilometre of plastic tunnelled green houses ...
... where's the bacon? Off to Patara Beach today. We had an uneventful drive to Patara and found that the turn-off road to the beach is the best road we’ve driven on thus far…smooth pavement for once instead of all the rumbling and road noise of the typical Turkish road. It’s $4 TL per person to enter the park. This is another ancient beach town and there are well preserved ruins about 500 yards from the beach that you drive through on the way ...
The last week feels lıke ıts been a lıfetıme. For good and bad reasons....overall I am more at home on thıs trıp than ever before. Every traveler I meet feels lıke an ınstant frıend (or even famıly) and we get rıght to sharıng our storıes and takıng care of each other by cookıng wıth each other, pourıng each other šay (tea), gıvıng ...