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Today we were up and getting ready to catch our buses. Had to get in some lunch supplies as it is a 6 hour trip to Antalya.
Well it was an interesting trip. It was 355kms and took us 6 hours. The first 100kms seemed to take forever and then we stopped at a rest station which appeared to be owned by the bus company, KamilKoç (pronounced …
... dark wood and high mildewed ceilings in the old part of town. My room was guarded by two mannequins dressed in traditional clothing. They didn't freak me out at all. The next day I decided to meet Peri and her friends in Kas, so I got to rest for a few hours on an air conditioned mini bus. Boring! But here are some pictures from that ...
... trappings of modern life. The most famous structure is the Temple of Athena which stands majestically against the backdrop of the blue sea.
A welcome reprieve after exploring sites in the heat of the day. Some pretty waterfalls and forest tracks to explore.
Dinner at the most upmarket restaurant of our trip, set on the cliffs overlooking the harbour. A lovely way to finish our stay in this lovely place.
... breakfast, sadly this was to be our last real all you can eat Buffet so we went and really enjoyed it. We then had to go back to our rooms and clean up, pack everything into our bags and then leave this amazing hotel which we will all love, remember and will all be happy to visit again.
Next to come is the "Big Tour Pt1"
Keep waiting patiently please as it is on it's way, enjoy this one and there will be another soon.
Have a good one, take care, Cheers Brendan
... city so you walk kilometres! Before we arrived in Antalya, Joy said "Girls, Antalya is the place for you to do your shopping!" We had actually done very little shopping up to this point and our Turkish lira were burning holes in our pockets!! Some serious shopping was waiting for us -and that was precisely what we did - 11 leather handbags and 3 Turkish carpets later!!!!!Lots of haggling took place with Tahir from the Gulizar Carpet gallery telling us "You killa me, you ...