Club Hotel Turkuaz Garden
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... of a bunch of restaurants. The deal is you buy your fish or seafood and then a restaurant nearby cooks it for you for a small fee and then makes money off the drinks and mezes (appetizers).
When we walked through, we were assaulted by touts trying to get us to buy their fish and eat at their restaurant. Nobody took no for an answer, so we left for a powwow to decide on what we wanted. I suggested we just eat somewhere else, ...
... and a decision was made that we would head the opposite way back to our bay from the second night with the attempt to continue North past Fethiye the following day. On the way we sailed past the sunken city of Kekova, expecting an Atlantis type marvel this probably sounds more impressive than it is as few remains can be seen above the water line and without the ability to jump in for a snorkel it left the majority of the sight to our imagination. Past the ...
Caught a cab to take us to the bus station so we could board a bus for Fethiye 200 K's to the west. I was surprised to see entertainment screens at the back of all the seats and a steward on board serving food and drinks as we drove along. All that for 34.-- A$ ( for two persons & Petrol costs A$ 2.62 per litre) and I could even sit back and relax and watch the scenery which I really enjoyed. The scenery on the way ...
... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...
... after pair ran and jumped off the side of the mountain. Then it was our turn. Uncle Albert flew first and was airborne with no complications. I was next in line; a couple quick steps and a hop later, we were soaring side by side.
We started off with a couple loops around the mountain top where the launch was located, and then we coasted out toward the Mediterranean. The air was frigid for the first fifteen minutes of flight, but ...