- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... later his second call confirmed the good news that the glasses had been found in the taxi. Phew. How lucky was that and how decent is that manager of Hotel Kekova - and the taxi driver - the kindness of strangers and an excellent example of employees going the extra mile. This of course meant a return trip back to Kas the following day which was a treat in itself - 35 minutes on the dolmus along one of the world’s most ...
After Four nights chilling in Oludeniz spending some time with lovely friends Eric and Sharron and Norman and Ann we decided to move on It was our intention to leave early to avoid the worst of the heat, that didn't happen! It was eventually 9.30 and the sun was up and already 38degrees so no jacket, again stupid but necessary Only 137 miles to go but felt like forever in the heat Arrived in Pamukkale around lunchtime and found the Accomodation we had booked for ...
... 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 ...
... in the water) and the ruins of a Byzantine castle (overlooks the village) that was built in the Middle Ages to protect the city from pirates.
The boat tour was nice. It was also relaxing! Loved the stops in between to cool off with a swim. I hope people are reading this blog! I cannot tell if many are reading this or looking at the pictures.
Tomorrow, we are off to Fethiye - the end of the Lycian Way.
... roadworks and border crossings added time. It was a good work trip for George and nice to see a bit more of another African nation. The people are lovely, and there was a relaxed feel about Maseru. While the culinary experiences are few, we thought the Ouh La La Cafe was a fab wee spot. The Basotho Hat building is the key landmark in the centre of town, and houses the tourism information and local handicrafts for sale. A tradition of ...