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... Terrace across the bridge. I think I still have lots of photos to add here. We really didn't want to leave. Kept wandering around. Looking back. Taking more photos. This is an absolutely magical place. Walked up the very steep cobble stone road to the village square and the bus. Waved goodbye to the beautiful hotel. Onto the airport, about an hour's drive. Arrived about 9am. Hey, absolutely wonderful thing about Turkish Airports. You do not get in ...
... I would definitely go back again. We bought loads of little treats to take with us on the long bus ride we were about to embark on.
Jimmy loves a good Kebab, but I think we were both disappointed with the Kebabs we had in Istanbul. Maybe we just didn't know the right spots but we weren't wowed at all!
Take a look at the pictures (and video), I think they speak for themselves!
... version of crepes for lunch which were quite delicious. After lunch we drove to Saklikent Gorge where, we were super excited, because we got to stay in tree houses for the night. Although thinking about our safety accessing the tree house (especially carrying our bags) was a little concerning it was a very fun experience and I had an amazing view of the gorge from my window.
First thing on the agenda for the next morning was tubing down the Xanthos river. ...
... Bath would never fit where Karyn told me to put it.
Found the food much better in Turkey than Morocco. One evening we had fish dinner under the bridge where dozens of Fish restaurants are located….kind of neat. The next two nights, again seafood for me; but at more ...
... due to return.
We sat in the same place. As we set sail a person was throwing bread to the terns that were swooping and catching the bread in mid flight, a very impressive display.
By the time we arrived back in Istanbul there was only time to walk Logan, who had stayed in the apartment all day, with a notice in Turkish attached to the door to ask the cleaner not to call today.
In the evening we Face timed Jemima, Simon and the ...