Travel Blogs from Alanya
... found out we would have to trek it further in land through the trees, prickly bushes and insect covered paths which I say very lightly as they were just loose dirt and scattered rocks which I managed to trip on about every 5 minutes. When we eventually reached the sights it was worth the trek. We could see out over the whole of gazipasa, the huge mountains and fields below us. As we continued on we found ...
... me of Bali, millions of shops all selling the same thing, you either had clothes, shoes or knick knacks. Plenty of negotiating and deals to be had. We found some goodies, filled our bags and with a quick stop off for a kebab we were on our way back to gazipasa. Overall, the experience was unreal. I would never have thought to find this in such a conservative, traditional country, nonetheless it was great ...
... and sat and watched, covered in dirt and I haven't even done anything. Safe to say other than tomorrow because I want to go to the pirate cove (a cove at the bottom of the dig site that everyone goes to after they finish work) I won't be back! Think I'll opt for the air con and comfy bed for next week. Had two authentic Turkish meals cooked by Turkish ladies outside of restaurants and I have to say their diets are random, ...
... long thinking about.
I visited my friend Yavuz, who returned recently from his work in Zelenograd, Russia for a quick vacation.
He picked me up Friday morning at the airport and the weekend beach action started.
I don't explain much more. Just check out the non classified picks.
... amazing coastline and many ancient sites to visit - such as at Side [full of tourists]
From Gasipasa westwards it was non stop 8-15 storey apartments and hotels along the coast for 150km YUKKKKK. There is also a massive [you have no idea how MASSIVE] roadworks - moving ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services