Camyuva Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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It was cool and it was windy but it was awesome to see this ancient Roman settlement it actually goes back farther because it was an important seaport and strategic as well. Tons of ruins, that once stood fountains, shops and homes, huge city walls, tons of marble pillars laying on the ground, and a pretty ...
I have just a few days left here so we are spending time hanging out and traveling around just a bit. Today to the sea and SIDE (town name) and some Roman ruins. It has been good to have times to chat and eat incredible food. I have loved EVERYTHING ...
Contentment. That is one word that describes this team and the way they approach life abroad. That's a good thing. Living in another culture can be stressful and is for anyone and everyone. But if you're heart is at peace then it becomes much easier to get through and over the hiccups life sends your way. Yesterday was a special day. I can't get into the details but we spent ...
... part after I printed it but I also won't even be here on the 6th I'll be on to the next country. He asked me to go to another desk and purchase another visa. It was after 11p and that desk had just closed and the lady didn't speak English except "sorry". Fortunately I try to always organize my travel docs in a separate email folder and just had to activate the data on ...
... we signed up for a tour of some ruins. This area of the Turkish coast is rich with history. The Greeks, Lycians, and Romans all settled this area before the Seljuks and Ottomans. The Romans did a lot of building and unfortunately, latter groups often tore them down to use the stones for new buildings. We contemplated renting a car to see the sights but thought better of it. Glad we did, as driving is crazy here.