Bigehan Hotel Oludeniz
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for swims in the Mediterannean Sea which was so blue. We relaxed, it was sunny and a great lunch was provided. Everyone really enjoyed having a different pace and we enjoyed each other’s company lots. Upon return we had a good rest and this evening enjoyed a nice meal out together at a restaurant in Fethiye – another great day. When we came home, a Turkish wedding was being held at our hotel – great music so we did have a little ...
... and told Ahmet to "find a lawyer if he wasn't happy". Ahmet lost 20 demerits (he has up to 100 before loosing his licence). As a group, we have decided to write a letter to Fez Travel to recommend that they fight the charges as Ahmet has been nothing but professional and has a clean driving record. It was purely a corrupt policeman in action, so whilst I'm sure nothing will eventuate, maybe it might help Ahmet in some way with his employer. ...
... side of the mountain, with views of the land, valleys, and sea below. We got to take pictures and at one point our pilots got us quite close to each other so we could talk! They also did stunts with us which involved spiraling downwards generating g-force similar to that of a roller coaster.
Thankfully we landed quite easily on the ground (landing strip right near the water) and after catching our breath, had a nice Turkish lunch (meat and ...
... work, but as Mick said, he’s had enough of that '****’ after 20 years and we will certainly get our camping fix in Africa. The bungalows were gorgeous and mozzie free so we were quite happy with that decision. Soon enough, the group was off for dinner than some bowling. It got quite competitive Mick and I teamed up with Katie and Amy. I must admit it is the first time I have ever done ten pin bowling in bare feet. To be honest, ...
While we kill a few hours on this beautifully slow Sun afternon in
Fethiye, before our evening bus departure to Selcuk, I thought I
would elaborate on some of the finer points of my last entry's
stories, and also share how it came to pass that I learned a few
important lessons during my first week on the road in Turkey.
Lesson #1: Never drink 3 cups of tea before boarding a night
(I believe I did make mention of ...