Ece Saray Marina & Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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We spent the day at Saklikent Gorge, about 50 KM from Fethiye. What an incredible spot!
Our first activity was to raft down the river. The guides give you slippers, a helmet, an oar and take you to the water. You get a few words of advice in Turkish (not much help, but you do recognize some of the arm movements), plop you into an inner …
I am running out of adjectives to describe how beautiful this portion of the trip has been - even words like magnificent, amazing, fabulous can't convey the beauty that we saw.
We got to experience the Mediterranean today in a wonderful way. First thing in the morning, we went down to the pier to get on a gulet (pronounced "gullet"). The …
... side. Took a selfie at the top to prove I'd made it.
- Took a minibus to the town on Kayakoy. It's a "ghost town" originally inhabited by christian Greeks, who abandoned it eventually after persecution from the muslim Turks.. Read the history in Wikipedia if interested. Unfortunately I repeated my mistake of previous day and unable to see the path up, hopped ...
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Tuesday January 13, 2015
Fethiye, Turkey (FET ee UH)
Fethiye is a coastal city with a nice harbor. It's also got some Lycian ruins in town. Just above the city in the hills, there are some nice ...
... flirting with a Korean girl. Another conductor beckoned me from my seat to meet 2 Asian girls (think they were korean) who were trying to ask him for help. It took a while before I realized the conductor wanted me to be his translator. This was a woefully misguided effort. Though the 2 Asian girls were surprised I spoke English (really? Dude wearing a UVA t-shirt speaks Engrish?), I do not speak Turkish. So I helped perpetuate the Turkish belief ...