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... we felt it sensible to "park off". Sticking to the back roads and keeping as close to the lake as possible in hope of finding something led us to Dalyan. Dalyan is famed for its tourist attractions most of which are reached by boat taxis.
The turtles at the river mouth, the mudbaths and the Kaunos archaeological site being some of the more popular stop overs if one takes a day tour.
No campsites were obvious ...
... room with views over the town and bay.
It’s air conditioned too! We, however retired to the Oxygen Bar – an open deck where one can 'relax’ on giant cushions, whilst we waited for the Buckley 4, from Edinburgh.
It’s soooo good to hear and then see them – at midnight. They were exhausted after the flight followed by a 2 hour plus, transfer from Dalaman airport.
July 9-17, 2015
... and enjoyed sampling the various dishes accompanied by the most succulent rice and noodle mix. I am dying to buy some of the noodles – they look like pine nuts – a try for myself. The lamb in the clay pot was rather like an exceptionally tender and tasty “potjie” complete with vegies. Serifeceremonially poured it out of the pot and gave it a final ...
... it's our last day round this lovely pool and we need to maximise lounger time...!!! The temperature soon soars sky high up to melting point and it's not too long before we have a full house here in the cauldron. We stick with it as best we can, Elaine not even having a swim today to get every last ray of sun possible. But after a couple of hours out here we hit a snag with this sunbathing malarkey... and some of you have possibly guessed what that might ...
... the valleys. The reality at street level wasn’t as attractive.
Once we were in the region of our planned stop, Dave and Brutus headed off to find the campsite. How they managed I’m not sure. It wasn’t advertised or sign posted. When we got there we understood why. It’s a well- kept secret. The small campsite (about 30 shady pitches) is used by locals who have been returning ...