Ece Saray Marina & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... on the sun beds!" The rest of the boat was a little banged up but in good condition. The meals where good and everyone got to know each other. The cruise is slightly different to sail Croatia. Number one, this is not a party boat. Two, we had a smaller boat with less people, number 3, we were the only Aussies! Our last boat had 31 people with 25 of them from Australia. It was a refreshing change! We needed this time to unwind from constant ...
... to maintain airflow, continue their lifestyle underground and also for prevention of attack. We then went on to see the fairy chimneys, which have developed over time due to erosion which began from the volcano eruption. We went on to see the pigeon caves too, which are little caves built for the pigeons as the Turks discovered the usefulness of pigeon poop in farming and agricultural. So they built the caves as a way of collecting ...
... his emergency chute deployed. He went into the ocean and several boats rushed out to rescue him. Fortunately we could see him standing up in the boat so he must have been okay. It was a lovely day and we will go into the town tonight to eat at one of the little restaurants in there. Tomorrow we venture over the mountains to visit the Saklikent gorge. We went out tonight and had dinner at a restaurant down at the marina. There was a huge TV screen with a premier ...
... hundred metres above the sea. Apparently carved into the cliff by an individual monk, working over a life time.
The other major excursion was by dolmus to nearby 'village' of Hisaronou. Yuksville for us, where the main topic of conversation on the street appeared to be how many sausages one received with one's English Breakfast. Transit to beachside Oludeniz. The most interesting thing about Oloudeniz is watching the endless ...
... engine. He gives the engine some gas and a heat wave of exhaust pours out onto our legs. We were off the bus about 2 and half seconds later. The driver and another couple guys were yelling in Turkish and disappearing into the floor with a screw driver and pliers. I started to envision us getting picked up in a couple hours by a new bus at this very stop, so I thought we might as well at least get some food. We got comfortable at a restaurant nearby ...