Bitez Garden Life Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 4 years ago in Turkey. On the way back to Palamutbükü we took the "scenic" route. I am not a friend of twists and turns and serpentine roads. When we finally got out of the car I felt slightly nauseous. So much to enjoying the view. In the late afternoon we headed for the local restaurant where we played Skippo and Kniffle. Afterwards we had dinner and headed back to the house for an evening of ...
Blue skies, no clouds and three mosquito bites. What a way to wake up. But I would rather wake up to a mosquito bite than being bitten by a scorpion. We killed a second one last night. Not quite an animal you want to have closer contact with. Karsten made menemen for breakfast and we were indecisive what we wanted to do. First we ...
... goats cheese, cucumbers and tomatoes. Yummy. We then strolled over the small market and bought nuts, cheese, pears, grapes and plums. We also had a quick dip in the sea. It was a bit chilly, but the water is crystal clear. Beautiful. The whole day was without electricity. Also a new experience. Dinner plans are: ...
... three hour drive, but also with hardly any traffic but lots of winding roads. We are staying in Palamutbükü in a little cozy guesthouse. The Mediterranean right in front of the door. Down the street a small restaurant with Turkish appetizers. No internet. That might take some getting used ...
... bus circus. That's right, I said circus. Not much English here. We are however given the choice of two buses headed in different directions that will get us to the same place. We luck out and choose a somewhat short ride to a bigger terminal and hop an express bus complete with steward. Haven't been in a bus like this since Chile in 93. Put my MP3 player on, ear buds in and let the Latin rhythms flow while farms and villages roll by. I've ...