Presa di Finica Hotel & Suites
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They bring in a guy and make him walk a straight line, tiny steps one in front of the other. "He Bira trinken", says a cop. We leave before we find out his fate. I've been riding so long I'm not sure if I could walk the line!
We stop for photos on the top of the mountain. There are spent shells lying on the road. Hunting or a mountain bandit shoutout? ...
This couple has one of the coolest stories I’ve ever heard. We met them at breakfast one morning, spent the day with them at the beach, and that evening after a couple of rounds of back gammon and a couple of bottles of wine we decide to book a 4-day Blue Cruise down the coast together, netting a nice little discount.
Tim, 28, is from and lives in ...
As we arrive in the morning (in Kumluca) we decide to find the trail and start asap
ok.. well we are absolutely not prepared foodwise and we have absolutely no map or much info but doesn't matter we just are happy to start walking...
... we will find out later that we chose exactly the part of the trail where it kind of stops for 30 kms... :/
after 2 hours of walking in the countryside in the middle of tomatoes and aubergine farms and ...
... with me and led to intense philosophical discussions' between us. So as I sit on a boat in the middle of nowhere-ville in the Mediterranean I have immense pleasure as the men prepare our meals, clean up our mess, serve me Efes beer and make my bed. I find myself ordering more drinks than technically required just for the sheer joy of seeing these men submit to the woman power on the boat. The weather as we set of was horrendous. This is bad enough in ...
... 8211; five Turks, one Italian, two Spaniards, Tiffanie, Marjorie and the two Davids all from France, Kevin and Sarah, and us.
The initial briefing was done in Turkish, so we had to wait on deck for the English version before being shown to our cabins. While we were sitting there I was lucky enough to see a large green sea turtle swimming gracefully by. Unfortunately the wait meant that Andrew and I were one of the last to be allocated a cabin, and ...