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... That was fun watching the Packers kick some ass.
Other than lounging, we just went for several walks along the harbor to admire all of the wooden gulets. I was here before in 2000 and remember taking one of the best tours of my life on a gulet. For $15 or so, I took an all day tour that included lunch and we cruised up and down the coast and went swimming over a heat vent in crystal clear water, cruised over a sunken ...
... voyage. It is also where the Olympic torch was lit. The hike to the top was about 1km straight up the rocky mountainside....in the dark. Funny enough, going up was much easier than coming down! People were roasting marshmallows on the flames, and it reminded me of a good old fashioned bonfire. But a whole lot warmer. Should not have bothered having a shower first. But definitely a very cool thing to see. Looking for a great way to relax on ...
... 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 ...
... it had a laxative type of affect on me so I quickly rushed back to the hostel.
After checking out of the hostel I grabbed my bags and jumped on the bus into the main part of town to catch another bus to the Dalyan Airport and flew to Tel Aviv via Istanbul. The Istanbul airport was full of male monks all wrapped in towels and wearing thongs. The women with them were dressed normally but it was really interesting to see.
... the end of our session one of the river rapid operators was standing on the bank gesturing for us to paddle over to him and get out of the water. Easily gestured than done. Trying to paddle in a fast river in the opposite way to the current is not so easy, so at times the guy had to run out in the water and pull some of us in. I was one of those.
Next we all formed a big chain holding onto each others rings, some didn't have handles so we gripped onto ...