Lycia Apart Otel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... us for the hidden pirate bar. Obviously we need to check that out.
It’s tucked behind a corner in a little cove so the sound doesn’t carry, run purely on a generator. Several young people wearing different clothing, but all horizontal blue and white striped, come out a few at a time and start given’er on the dance floor. We’ve found the 'hype’ team. There’s some dubious ...
... small bays after our rides. The dinners were great although we did have to let the chef know that we could not possibly eat all the food he was preparing.
Day 9 and more cycling along the coast. We started the day with a visit to the Church if St. Nicolas which was quite worthwhile. It is very popular with the Russian Orthodox church. We then stopped to look at more Lycinian tombs and another Roman theatre. After a ...
... captain pushed the boat full throttle into the cresting waves, making headway for a sheltered cove. After 4 hours of rough sailing we found a cove and decided to anchor there for the rest of the day. Throughout the evening and into the night ships made their way into our cove seeking shelter from the raging sea. With little hope of doing any further sight seeing today. We retrieved some beers from the cooler and settled in. ...
... the ones that understand Turkish) go beserk, standing and cheering and clapping. The rest of us could barely hear the English announcer, who started by saying "We stand together with anyone who stands against an inbalanced use of power. We stand with our friends in Istanbul..." and then we couldn't make out the rest, because the crowd went ever more beserk. So now we know we're in a pretty liberal part of the country.
I guess we can wear tank tops here.
We took the ferry from Rhodes to Marmaris. We stayed the night in Fethiye, a few hours east, before moving on to Kas (should have a squiggle on the s; pronounced 'cash').
It's always interesting to see how things unfold when you arrive in a new country; it sets the tone. Everyone we dealt with on our arrival was helpful and friendly. ...