Akdeniz Beach Hotel
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I have moved to Fethiye now, a few hours bus ride along the coast from Marmaris. The main reason for visiting Fethiye is to inspect a boat for sale ( see pic ). However, of course while here, I am doing some sight-seeing. As you will see in the pix, the views across the harbour are spectacular. Aside from viewing the boat Tiki, things I have been doing include:
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Tuesday January 13, 2015
Fethiye, Turkey (FET ee UH)
Fethiye is a coastal city with a nice harbor. It's also got some Lycian ruins in town. Just above the city in the hills, there are some nice ...
Well after our long night of travelling ( flight from Ljubljana to Istanbul left at 11.45pm Friday night, we arrived in Istanbul at 3.30am then had a 3 hour wait for our flight to Dalaman at 6.30am, where we arrived at 8am) we then caught a shuttle bus from the Dalaman airport to Fethiye...this took about an hour and cost 20 lira for both of us - that's $10 Aussie! Cheapest transfer so far haha. We were a little confused ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... out into the turquoise sea and the beautiful soaring mountains around us.
In preparation for the upcoming days of pure idleness the next day we just walked around town,
before retiring to a local coffee shop for a Turkish coffee (luckily Mark got his own this time, so
I actually got to enjoy my whole cup) and endless games of Backgammon - as the locals do. Not sure who actually won... but as this is my blog I believe it was me.
Now it's time to set ...