Bigehan Hotel Oludeniz
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... where you could see the marble columns and city walls (think Atlantis!), visited St. Nicolas' hometown Myra, had a mud bath, saw Lycian ruins and explored islands). That was a blast.
But it's off-season now and the gulets are moored for the winter. And after looking at tour brochures, I see that they no longer offer all of this on one tour! They break it into 2 and charge twice as much for each.
So, after our 3 days ...
... all worthwhile. The continuous day of hitting a different club every night and tanning on sun beds during the day was perfect.
Although this holiday ended badly with almost all of our friendships falling apart, I do not regret the trip or the friendships. I had the best month in Turkey and would recommend Hisaronu/Fethiye to ...
... 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, ...
... the carpet weavers society for example. The carpet weavers at least had great demonstrations about how the rugs are made. I learned all the weaving techniques, how the cotton and silk is made and used, and how long it takes to make one, usually between three months for the smaller ones, and five years for the largest, highest quality ones. Some carpets could even change color depending how they're placed. It was fascinating to see how intricate the carpets are and ...