Asena Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Oludeniz
... what me?) and mimed the pull, whirr, cut and tree falling they both started laughing. A couple of high fives later they got in to a local car and left us hoping this really was where we got the dolmas to town. Sure enough one came along.
In town we hopped off one bus and boarded another, this time heading south of a small mountain pass to Kayakoy. One and a half million Greeks were forced to return to Greece in 1923 ( only 400,000 Turks were sent ...
... first dive showcased three tunnels, the longest being 20 metres, followed by swimming over neat rock formation with some fish swimming around. The second dive we swam along a wall of rock where we saw lots of fire worms, groupers, a crab, and other miscellaneous fish that I’m sure every ichthyologist could quickly name. Unlike the Red Sea where everywhere you look something is going on, slowing down and finding the action was rewarding ...
... and giving advice about what dress requirements would be expected and then when we exited he was there ready to "request" that we accompany him to his little establishment while he chatted about the history of the mosque and pointed to some interesting features. Not quite as good as a real tour guide but it only cost 70tl for a couple of small pieces of hand made ceramics and lots of banter with the store sales ...
... the higher pools like fish in shallow water fighting for their space in the last remaining puddles. You can pay extra to go into the thermal baths at the very top, given the time limit we went back to town for some lunch and a loo visit, this was an unsuccessful endeavour for me I crosses my fingers that I would last the remaining journey to our next home for the night. The journey south east ...
... was not to far away but she was quite shaken up.
The next day we spitroasted a goat for dinner. As you do. It was pretty tasty.
The reat of the time at Olundeniz was very 'holiday' and not really 'traveler'. Lots of lounging around, swimming, playing table tennis and valleyball. It started to get quite boring so I was happy to get back on the truck - especially as I was riding up in the cab on the way to Olympos!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking