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Turgut Ozal Cad, Gocek, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48300, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Turgut Ozal Cad, Gocek.
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    New Friendships

    A travel blog entry by andrewthedonkey on Sep 10, 2012

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    This was the first day I met the gang. They were all on a boat trip from England and they invited me to join their gang. Mind you we are flying back to England tomorrow and going to stay with Graham and Trudy - I'm not sure what they are like or where I will be going next!!! ...

    Agva - Sand and camping between the two rivers

    A travel blog entry by gabador on Jul 29, 2009

    2 comments, 57 photos

    ... wore on quietly. I felt like I was in a nativity play, the sounds were muted, dulled down and it felt more like an inside area than a wide open space...

    I went to bed soon after. I felt no need to push myself through the tiredness. The camping space owner was ready to call us a taxi to order a beer for 5 liras each but we decided that we're good without for the night, so that became the one night I did not have beer on the entire trip since we left Romania. ...

    You learn something new everyday ...

    A travel blog entry by shelleyf on Nov 29, 2006

    ... asking them to make far to many concessions and changes particularly with regards to human rights. They choose to turn away from what could be an economically advantageous partnership in favour of keeping thier 'right' to oppress minority groups. Yes, fair enough, Kurish people are now allowed to speak thier own language and listen to thier own traditional music, but the average Turkish man-in-the-street still doesn't like to hear it. This I know to be fact. Despite the fact that ...


    A travel blog entry by shelleyf on Oct 14, 2006

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    ... lead to ailments being healed if the finger emerges moist. Didn't have any ailments that I knew of, but a little devine insurance is never a bad thing and I gave it a try! After all that history we had to get out into the bustle of the city and wandered into the Grand Bazaar. Bazaars count as one of my favourite places to be - filled with a plethora of smells and colours it's ...

    Last hamam

    A travel blog entry by o_thou_bandit on Jul 30, 2006

    ... after returning from the more socially rigid Anatolia. Admittedly a bit of a relief. In the end I splurged lightly on a hamam, the Turkish Bath. Although the "full treatment" was beyond my budget, I was able to watch in amazement at the stout masseuse in his striped pestimel, tossing a sud-covered American dude around like a rag doll. The custom is to begin by laying on an enormous, heated, marble slab where one sweats and ...