Travel Blogs from Marmaris
... a car and started driving east along the coast on our way to Antalya.The fast way to get there takes about seven hours. We chose the slow way hugging the shoreline through small farming and fishing villages. We had no particular agenda other than to drive. Most of the drive showered us with magnificent views of both mountains and the Aegean Sea, with its multitude of islands. The hill ...
... rest. However this did not happen this time.
Last Monday I was hanging out my laundry to dry on the airer and all of a sudden, my hip popped out - well that's what it feels like anyway, its not actually the bone but something else. My lessons had finished for the day so I wasn't too worried and hoped that if I spent the rest of the day resting in bed then my hip should go back to normal in a few hours or so. Oh noooo.
I was ...
... old town of The town of Rhodes. In the 14th century the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem (quasi religious, quasi military) showed up and saved the island from invasion of the Turks. They made Rhodes their headquarters and built a large ( 3 separate walls and 3 dry moats) fort , the Palace of the Grand Masters and a hospital which still stands. It is the end of tourist season here so many of the shops are already closed. No great shopping so ...
... hit by propellers etc. These folks are educating the local people and doing a world of good. I was surprised to hear that they had not seen any Americans there. This is also a place where flamingos hang out for a while...and they are still white! I think they need some certain minerals to get their pink color. Our host at the hostel was very sweet and thoughtful with a VERY limited English. He noticed that my upper lip area was chapped and brought out his special medicine ...
Marmaris, Turkey, was exactly that: a turkey. The winds howled blowing waves across the sea wall and onto the sidewalk, closing waterfront restaurants and cafes and blowing tourists around like fall leaves.
Marmaris, once a traditional fishing village, hosts an armada of wooden-hulled yachts, sailing boats, fishing boats and craft ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center