Champion Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... my wish for making a better world is to have dedicated smoking spots everywhere and a cigarette butt that sticks to the smoker so they cannot drop their "stompies" to spoil the countryside for the rest of us to see.
There were not as many flames as I had expected. Some of the chimneys were smoke tinged but not flaming. Perhaps they hadn't paid their gas bill?
It was fun watching the assortment of people who ...
... the top,a series of flames, like campfires, flickered out of cracks between the rocks. He said that if you dig, you could create another hole with flames coming out. Young people sat in small groups around the fires, some singing, some drinking, some roasting marshmallows. It was a party scene! "I am sweating," said the hotel owner, so we sat and rested for a little bit, me a decent amount of space away from him. Don't get any ideas. When he said we ...
Oh man. On the bus to Antalya, the woman next to be was viscous with sick. Her fluids seeped into me and I partook in a Turkish flu. Feverish, headache, coughing. I went to Antalya for a day - I was going to stay for three but one was enough. I stumbled around in 106 degree weather before giving in to bed. My hotel was a creaky old ...
Well, the name of our accommodation may have been Bayrams Treehouse, but we were definitely on the ground, albeit in very rustic digs!
Olympos is definitely the most laid back destination of our trip. A small village, set in a valley and popular with the back packer set, Olympos was once an important Lycian city in the 2nd century BC, the remains of which line the 1.5 km track down to the beach. (We are realising that the term ...
... br> Considered to to be the best preserved Roman theatre of the ancient world, the theatre, built between 161 and 80 AD, seated 15000 and was the site of all types of entertainment including gladiatorial battles. The acoustics are amazing and the site is now used for operas and concerts.
A small fishing village (although now more of a tourist haunt), Side is a lovely mix of the old and the new with ancient sites intermingling ...