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... to Blue Lagoon, caves, and Butterfly Valley. It wasn't the right time of year for the butterflies, however, good hike up the valley to the water falls. The mountains in the area are ideal for paragliding - back at Blue Lagoon beach.
- Took a hike up to the hilltop fort ( in ruins ) overlooking Fethiye. I didn't find the right path, so ended up climbing up ...
... of a bunch of restaurants. The deal is you buy your fish or seafood and then a restaurant nearby cooks it for you for a small fee and then makes money off the drinks and mezes (appetizers).
When we walked through, we were assaulted by touts trying to get us to buy their fish and eat at their restaurant. Nobody took no for an answer, so we left for a powwow to decide on what we wanted. I suggested we just eat somewhere else, ...
... started acting up, so I spent about 6hrs in some amount of pain. All's good now though. On our second day we made a day trip to the abandoned Greek town of karakoy. In the 1920s, Greece and turkey had a war, after which they each decided to expel the Turkish minority in Greece and Greek minority in Turkey to the other country. So karakoy's population left and the town hasn't been inhabited since, leaving 400 stone houses and several churches. It's ...
... all worthwhile. The continuous day of hitting a different club every night and tanning on sun beds during the day was perfect.
Although this holiday ended badly with almost all of our friendships falling apart, I do not regret the trip or the friendships. I had the best month in Turkey and would recommend Hisaronu/Fethiye to ...
... Jeff (Canadian), Harry and Unike; Tineke and Hank (Dutch), Russell and Leanne (Aus). After our first four weeks touring this cruise was a welcome change of pace to re-charge for new travel adventures. It also allowed time to reflect on a newly found appreciation of how strategically important Turkey has been and still is, between Asia and Europe and how the people have seen more than their fair share of wars and disputes as a consequence.