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... tombs. And scattered throughout town are several tombs. They're huge and look like large coffins or sarcophogi on top of square cut rocks. Many of them are carved to look like they're supported by wood beams, but they're all rock-cut. Most are from the 3rd to 4th century BCE. There's even one in the middle of an intersection in town. They just made it a mini roundabout.
For us, Fethiye was all about chilling out. It's been 4 ...
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 ...
... and dancing around her haha. It was so funny! Then to top it off the DJ then played Nirvana Smells like Teen Spirit....it was awesome!! So they continued to sing and dance around her, while she was panicking about the songs. The other 2 married couples from our boat wanted to leave and asked us if we wanted to (as the free taxi had a min of 5 people per trip)...so our night was cut short a little, but we were glad we took the earlier boat. We left at 1.30am and turned out ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... 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, ...