Eda Hotel (West Turkey - Dlm)
TripAdvisor Reviews Eda Hotel (West Turkey - Dlm) Marmaris
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... and mountainous, manly vegetated by conifers or sheoak-type trees. The water is typical Med - crystal clear.
I plan to stay in Marmaris until Saturday, then go to Fethiye to look at another boat. I have no idea how long I will stay here in Turkey; it depends on several things. Here are just a few pix that I took while having lunch today at the marina. Love and best wishes to all.
... just like being at home! Apart from the temples carved into the cliffs dating back to 400BC. We got onto a boat to travel down the river delta, it was spooky (or was to me as I was the only one who had seen Apocalypse Now). If I had heard choppers I would have been diving for cover. We had another swim (and a body surf!) at the river mouth before a beautiful lunch and a memorable visit to the thermal baths. The ritual was: step into the mud pool, extract a huge pile of ...
... during which the coach thermometer showed it dropped from 29 to 21 degrees. There was the obligatory cafe stop which added at least 25 minutes to the journey. Barry came back to the coach though with a Turkish Eye for me.
No rep at the hotel or on the coach, just a CD the driver played as we approached the airport.
Unloaded in the rain, under cover but I think more of a sun shade than roof!
Inside one long queue followed another. A ...
... contain very ornate tombs carved into the stone walls. These are Hellenistic in style and look very similar to Petra. Wealthy people and royalty were buried in such tombs. The Dalyan River is not so deep and meanders amidst the bullrushes. It is very peaceful.
We finally arrive at Caunos. This is a town from the 6th century BC. It was conquered by the Romans in the 1st century BC and remained under their ...
... temporary henna tattoos which gave us a lasting memory of the day.
All in all I hugely enjoyed my time spent in Mugla. It is a small city with no tourists, however this gives you the chance to really explore the Turkish culture.
I would definitely recommend CSV; it gave me the opportunity to meet people from all over the world including Taiwan, Korea and from all over Europe.