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Travel Blogs from Manavgat
... me of Bali, millions of shops all selling the same thing, you either had clothes, shoes or knick knacks. Plenty of negotiating and deals to be had. We found some goodies, filled our bags and with a quick stop off for a kebab we were on our way back to gazipasa. Overall, the experience was unreal. I would never have thought to find this in such a conservative, traditional country, nonetheless it was great ...
... staying. He fed us home made jams and fruit from his tree and introduced us to his pride and joy turtle pets. They have free roam in the garden. It's awesome. Guess what we are getting when we get back home. We spent the day walking around the beach and through the ruins, tasting the cheap and delicious foods from a sneaky little home cook place not catering to any tourists... Delicious food!
The beaches were covered in rubbish and the amount of cigarette butts ...
... is complete. There was a young fellow from Seoul, Korea on a two week holiday. He had lived an worked in Toronto for five years. There was a lady from Malasysia, who was visiting Turkey with her husband, but he was in meetings so she was sightseeing. And Sue and I. Then on to the town of Side (pronounced Seedeh). Here we toured the ruins of a theatre and then had some free to time to wander down to the harbour to see the ruins of the Temple of ...
... and bright turquoise blue sea on the other.
Actually, it is a crowded isthmus with cars parked, market type stalls selling all the usual stuff: jewellery, shawls, leather goods, fake bags, fake scent... and one large stall which only had men's underpants. So useful.
Oh, and of course the ubiquitous piles of rubbish.
There were a few stalls selling orange or pomegranate juice, but we remembered Osman's advice about it being the end of the season and on no ...
... dozen of them! We experienced our first rain coming here! Will there be more? Thomas says he can breathe better... We cannot figure out why the Turkish people have not gotten on the Stop Littering bandwagon...This is a serious problem here...we watch people toss trash down ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed