Arikanda River Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... an ambulance with all lights flashing at the base station so not everyone gets down unscathed. Interestingly the park is open 24X7 and has lots of night time visitors despite the rocky road. At this time of year it makes sense as the temperature is a bit cooler at night and the viewing is focused on the fires.
There are several theories about the origin / significance of the fires. These range from
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... I was dropped off and waited in a wood shelter, on a bench next to some skinny Turkish rasta kid with a plastic bag of clothing. I'd say we were on the road again within 20 minutes, which surprised me. This bus was fine with the whole man/woman seating situation, which was good because there were only two women on it! The other was a Japanese woman traveling alone. She looked angry. Maybe she was just serious. Maybe we all were. My place, the ...
... t refer to the the long stretches of sand we are used to, rather stones and pebbles!).
Spent our 2 days here relaxing on the cushions under the shade at Bayrams and swimming at the beach. A nice reprieve! The people were friendly, the free dinners delicious and the surroundings beautiful.
Our one visit was to the Chimerea, a cluster of flames that blaze spontaneously from crevices on the rocky slopes of Mt Olympos. Travelling by ...
... was hard enough over the very uneven rocky path. (Not much in the way of a decent photo though!) Today we wandered through the ruins of Olympos...one of many sites that go by the name! It was fabulous, close to the beach and a stream...the ruins were scattered through thick forest and in many places overgrown. Cirali is a small coastal town, but it has it's fair share of pensions, hotels and cafes. Lots of families wandering about...a great place to relax for a few ...
... reached Demree we all hopped off and were met by a random guy from Alaturk cruises who demanded we pay in cash the remainder of our trip. We quickly sorted out some money and before we knew what was going on we were being driven in a van with two Aussies, two Americans and one South Korean. We all started chatting about how we had found out about the cruise and how we had ended up where we were. Before we knew it we were at the harbor ready to embark on a 4 day ...