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Travel Blogs from Okurcalar
... bars and stages all thoughout the club dancing. The place was packed with people from all over the world, such an experience. When we woke up on Saturday we found a place overlooking the beach (which was also not expected, it looked like it should be in Miami) where we ate a full English breakfast, bacon and all which is not usually allowed in turkey. After that we set out for some bargains in the markets ...
... The water was perfection. It was 36degrees outside and being in the clear, blue water on the beach furthest away from the circus was great. We took turns swimming as there were some shady looking people around and we had our bag with us containing passports, wallets, ipad, and all travel information ( the bag that never leaves my back and wow I'm keen to come home so I don't need to feels its weight and stressful importance anymore!). The Turkish men on the beach all did ...
... was once a beautiful sea side town and now is a very commercial tourist town. Then on to our last stop, the Manavgat Waterfalls. These waterfalls are very low, but very swift. The viewing area is built in many sections at different levels. We were told that the river floods two or three times a year. The water was quite high covering some of the viewing area, though some people waded into the water to pose for photographs. We then headed back to ...
... 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 ...
We liked Konya as far as a big..not Hugh...but big Turkish city goes...THIS one did not have that chaotic feel to it. I made the mistake of thinking the Dervishes were whirling nightly. NOT. Darn! I am very saddened that I will miss the Dervish here. I guess this just means it will always be calling me back. In spite of the inland pervasive pollution...I do love this country. I am slowly getting a better understanding of it and it's people. I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet