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... we were ready to move on. We've got plenty of time to kill before we rent an apartment in Istanbul. We reserved a bus ride to Pamukkale, an ancient spa city inland about 4 hours. It's a place where people came from all over the ancient world to sit in the healing waters and enjoy the dramatic travertines, white circular pools formed naturally. If it's good enough for Roman Emperors and Cleopatra, it's good enough for us.
... cold glass of wine, the Marina is quite large, lots of expensive vessels and as we walk along the jetty one name made us chuckle - check out the photos.
It is about 27 degrees so doubt we will walk too far in the heat. Some interesting shops selling local craft wear, as we entered one particular area there were coloured umbrellas forming a canopy, a very quirky way to entice people into the bazaar.
Plenty of restaurants and bars as well as coffee ...
... gas on a stupid scooter in the middle of nowhere on top of a mountain in the dark! Much frustration ensued...
Eventually narrowing it down to the right way to go, via some other lost tourists and a clueless mountain lady who spoke only Turkish, it was a 10-minute drive back to some ...
... all worthwhile. The continuous day of hitting a different club every night and tanning on sun beds during the day was perfect.
Although this holiday ended badly with almost all of our friendships falling apart, I do not regret the trip or the friendships. I had the best month in Turkey and would recommend Hisaronu/Fethiye to ...
... around into the lagoon. We met a man sitting on a pontoon who was from turkey "on business" apparently. He had just popped down to the blue lagoon for a quick dip in his lunch break. Not a bad lunch break! We made it back to Fethiye by late afternoon where we went into town for a few supplies before having our final dinner on the boat. Most people then headed up to the V-Go hotel (where we stayed the previous week) for a traditional Turkish dancing ...