Royal Park Artemisia Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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All day at the beach. Today we spent our day down alongside the ocean, listening to the waves crashing gently against the rocky coastline. Soaking up the rays of sunshine while being protected by factor 50 and some much appreciated shaded loungers. These were so comfortable that naturally one would have to test their ability ...
... available taking you up the Azmak river and offering you the chance to swim which was certainly very refreshing!
Whilst in Mugla we were invited to a wedding celebrations for a couple that were due to get married the following day. This was a great opportunity for us to discover the Turkish culture and experience the unique Turkish celebrations. This was great fun and we were ...
... interview us. He was doing a report for school. Children learn English in school here. Sinan introduced himself and spoke a few words in English but asked Sue the questions in Turkish. Over the three days lots of friends and relatives dropped in to look at us. Sometimes they talked to Sue in Turkish but most did not.
The Karacan's were all delightful and so good to us, it was a wonderful three days.
Tomorrow we move on to ...
... highway to Kuşadasi. We have fond memories of arriving by ferry from Samos 30 years ago. Back then, we splurged and stayed at the historical Caravan Sarai Hotel. We did expect changes but the endless expanse of condos and resorts, restaurants, tourist-shops and luxury name brand stores and galleries made for a Kuşadasi we didn't recognize. We were disappointed to find the Caravan Sarai closed. We wanted to see ...
... Fortunately we’d had a recommendation for which restaurant to eat at, so we just had to wander around the fish market and chose what we wanted to have for dinner. Kerry decided that she would have prawns, but I was keen to try some of the fresh fish. I found a helpful fishmonger who we’d talked to earlier in the afternoon, and he set me up with a beautiful looking sea bass. I was half expecting the restaurant’s chef to fillet the fish – the fishmonger ...