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... hotel is located near the old city wall so it was a good landmark to help us to find our way back. There were a few occasions when we used Neicha and Callum's expression "this isn't looking familiar". I also like to use another of their expressions "let's take a photo of Shane in front of sh..t" We had a delightful meal with some gracious hosts at the Olive Restaurant on the top floor of ur hotel. We were sitting next to Rob from NZ ...
... dinner. Today was the first day of Ramadan in Turkey, and while we were at
dinner a loud cannon went off to announce the setting of the sun and the end of
the days fast. After dinner we headed off to spend the remainder of our Turkish
lira on Turkish delight! We might have been a little excessive, but it was
Tomorrow we are off to Bulgaria, heading into an area of
Europe I know very little about. Should be super fun! Will keep you all
... American Mall concept is really thousands of years old and the Turks seem to revel in the confined ambience. Interestingly, tea is ever present and even though it seems as if you are trying to walk through a London Tube carriage at rush hour, there will be men fighting their way through the crowds with a silver tray suspended on chains with up to 8 refined glass tea cups, which they take to their co-workers. Given the general atmosphere this ...
... what we should in between tea and dinner. We had visited all the main attractions and wanted to keep it pretty chilled. I suggested having a turkish bath. The girls were a litte anxious when I described this experience but were willing to try it so we headed to one we saw near the Grand Bazaar! It was divided between Men and Women. We went for the luxury package which included a body scrub and 30 mins body massage. We were given bikini bottoms ...
... the time the sculling challenges started. Both Mick and Mel defended the Aussie reputation admirably - the hosts adding a shot to Mel's beer for good measure. The next morning we realised this excess was somewhat short-sighted as we boarded the bus (clearly built for Munchkin people) and were treated to two hours of nauseating, bumpy, windy roads on our way to Kas.
Near to Kas lies a number of ancient seaside Lycian (400BC) villages, the most significant ...
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