Club Hotel Phaselis Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... lunch we stopped at a cafe and had gozleme (pron. gertzlemee) and apple tea. Gozleme are a Turkish pancake made from a flour/water/salt/oil dough and rolled out thinly. They are then cooked on a heated plate which is sometimes electric and sometimes heated by coals. The pancakes are usually stuffed with feta cheese and herbs, or sometimes with meat or egg. They are very delicious - or cok lezzetli in the local ...
... terraces wasn't too slippery but it certainly gave my soft kiwi feed a good work out on the way down. The amount of water flowing over the terraces is strictly controlled by the Turks - too much water changes the colour, so there is a fair amount of human intervention in keeping these things pristine. After a morning pottering around we headed to Antalya, a large city on the southern coast of Turkey. ...
... I couldn't be bothered trying to explain further, so just smiled and said ok, great, and paid!!!
I ran across the road to David who was having a coffee, and he thought it was hysterical. He couldn't stop laughing, and taking photos from all angles! He thought when he saw me crossing the road that I'd left the hair dressers with wet hair and had rushed out to tell him I would ...
... The merchants in the middle east are very advanced in these areas, it goes way beyond my understanding. Usually wheat and barley is traded in this area there are not many exotic fruits, unless it is coming from the incoming merchants and traders. The Turkish people created water way systems for agriculture. Turkey is located near water, making it a great water trade route, as well as a a great way to harness water for plants and livestock. ...
... and of course all the Jews on the Island. Our guide was definitely a patriot: when we stopped at a rest stop,
I asked if they had any Greek candy, as I pointed to the Turkish Delight, indicating that we had already tasted it in Turkey. She indignantly told us that it was not Turkish Delight but Greek Delight! So, the animosity between the Turks and Greeks continues…
was a former capital of ...