Ece Saray Marina & Resort
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... earphones in. The next day was much of the same but we stopped in a place called Caš. A very quiet picturesque town on the seaside. Chels and I had finished our books so bought new ones on our kindles. Whilst doing that, we cut into our exploring time which was a bad move. The town was so beautiful. A new bay in the afternoon for the night, more swimming, reading, eating and relaxing with a cider for good measure. I could get used to this ...
... Whitsundays and Aireys Inlet. Much of Fetiye was destroyed by an earthquake in 1958 and the rebuild has been well controlled with limits on high rise ensuring the harbour area retains its charm. Spent our our first afternoon and evening wandering down the lanes and along the harbour finishing with cocktails on terrace. Day 16 Decided against one of the many boat trips ...
... match playing and the place was pretty crowded. I ordered a cocktail and it came with a sparkler attached as well as a swizzle stick, an umbrella and two other decorations. It was a pity we didn't find this place last night as it would have been just the shot for Sams birthday celebration. During the soccer match a kitten jumped up on the bottom of the screen and entertained us all by trying to catch the ball. It was hilarious and some thought, more entertaining than the ...
... procession of paragliders making their descent from the top of Baba Dag. They all pretty much make their landing on the narrow beach front, pretty much all passing low over the adjoining restaurants. We see the aftermath of a near miss as an old fire truck with telescoping ladder retrieves a parachute from a tree. We assume from the general nonchallance of the crowd that (1) its owner escaped alive and (2) it's a fairly regular occurrence.
... some food, but to our surprise, they yelled what must have been “Everybody back on the bus!” in Turkish, as indicated by the reaction of the rest of the passengers. From my seat in the front of the bus, I had a good view of the drivers face in the rear-view mirror. As we took off back up the hill, I could see an expression that did not emulate any confidence whatsoever. It would probably better be described as fearful and ...