- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... made our way back deciding to stop and admire the sunset at the Buzz bar rooftop terrace. The decision was made easier by the fact it was happy hour for cocktails. Very special watching the last para gliders and hang gliders do their thing with the beautiful back drop of sunset, palm trees and boats.
Turkey has surprised us ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... which happens each and every summer. Breakfast, the most elaborate we've had on the trip, was served on the veranda. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for Turks and people tend to have larger meals with a lot of complimentary items such as luncheon meats, cheeses, tomatoes, cucumber, olives, savory pastries, etc. The Yacht Hotel puts all of these items on an elaborate display and served multiple varieties of the aforementioned. It made ...
... of the marvelous things about this place is chatting with the international crowd passing through, hearing of their travels (Ladakh, Trans-Mongolian, first dates in Dutch saunas, Pakistan, etc, etc) Most of them were hiking the Lycian Way and stopping along the way for a night or two. Some decided to extend their stay, partially because the heat got the best of even the serious, well-geared trekkers, partially because Kabak can make ...