Hotel Baia Lara
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... in, the hotel couldn't organise a room for me, so according to paperwork I wasn't there, but I stayed in a room with my Australian mate, Dominic. We then just chilled out in exchange student fashion for the rest of the day.
Friday the 22nd May 2015:
Today we got up at like 8:30-9:00 AM, got ready and then went to the breakfast, again eating as much as we possibly could, we then got organised and dressed to got to the beach, Dominic then caught the boat to the beach ...
... and and carpets!!!!) Such a fantastic time we are having.!!! The food has also been quite an eyeopener. We were trying to ask the waiter if the meat for the iskender (like a schwarmer) was lamb or goat. (They do eat goat here!!!!) He looked at us very blankly until Joy went baaaaa baaaaaa and mehhhh mehhhhh.Joy ordered a Rusian salad last night and guess what she got - a tin of mixed vegetables with some mayonnaise!!! Its a bit of hit and miss at times with what you order ...
After leaving Egirdir (where travellers are few and far between), we arrived in Antalya, a large modern city on the Mediterranean. We are staying in the old town, where there are once again cobbled streets and not much traffic...but it is definitely a tourist town and a bit too upmarket for us! However, today we walked to the museum and it ...
Today was designed to be a vacation from touring, a day to do whatever you wanted. So I took an early morning walk to the ATM, grocery, and Gloria Jeans; two-hour boat ride; leisurely lunch and dinner in an outdoor cafe; afternoon walk past shops; and sat in the pension garden. The Mediterranean truly is turquoise in color here, the breezes soft, very ...
Breakfast at our hotel was fabulous... everything Turkish plus French toast and omelets. Leaving Konya we headed to the highway which took us through the Taurus Mountains -- very, very steep, many switchbacks close together, 7000 feet at the top with still some snow. After a couple of hours driving uphill, we stopped at Tinaztepe Caves which are uphill from a trout farm and restaurant. Some of the group hiked into the first part of the cave; the rest of us sat in ...