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- Swimming pool
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Imagine riding a drunken camel across uneven sand. Barf bags have been deployed and for some reason regular passengers have left for the back of the "State of the art" watercraft. You may have seen if you saw Sean Connery in Casino Royal. I'm sure it's not as rough as say the Hecate straight or the open water off cape Scott but like anywhere the greatest force you encounter is your own fear. Suliman the great amassed a 200,000 man army and attacked Rhodes. I'm ...
No one seems to be able to spell the name Fethiye twice in a row the same way. (Lisa has found us a top floor suite complete with a decent sized balcony with a humming bird filled giant bougainvillea. I mean giant. Its a beautiful apartment/hotel and we have 4 days here @ CDN $35 per night.) It's a city by the sea. Levelled by an earthquake in 1957. I thought I could feel something in my crib. Ok. Not really funny. The city is named after Feti so ...
The hardest part about travelling for me has been leaving my family and friends at home. So may experiences that you have travelling make you go ' I wish ??? was here to see this they would love it'. Photos and words never do justice to some of the wonderful things you see travelling and there have been so many times I have longed for people to be there and experience it. In particular my wonderful mum. Me and my mum are two peas in a pod ...
... World War. My dearest friend Jo said before go I turkey I was to read 'Birds without wings' didn't quite achieve that before the first time I came on my 3 page a night rate, but got there in the end. However I am forever thankful as it is a brilliant book, and visiting this village today bought it all back to life. There is over 4000 stone houses left abandoned by the Christians on a hill side overlooking the sea, as the nearby village of Muslims ...
... Dalyan was a pleasant enough place, with a central square, and the serpentine Dalyan River ambling gently along one side. A stroll along the waterfront revealed dozens of deserted hotels, bars and resorts, and we watched with amazement the line continuing into the distance. On the water itself, an army of empty water taxis were moored; a thin layer of algae on most of their pale blue roofs. All along the riverside, and towards the river delta around ten kilometres to the west, ...