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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I have moved to Fethiye now, a few hours bus ride along the coast from Marmaris. The main reason for visiting Fethiye is to inspect a boat for sale ( see pic ). However, of course while here, I am doing some sight-seeing. As you will see in the pix, the views across the harbour are spectacular. Aside from viewing the boat Tiki, things I have been doing include:
... 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 ...
... chips". And the place is crawling with Brits on package holidays and many who have retired here. But its nice. Nice beach and a nice shopping area although the majority of places are bars and restaurants or tour and activity places - snorkelling, para gliding, boat trips etc etc. And I have been guilty of availing myself to a full English breakfast. It included bacon too even though this is very much a Muslim country. But this place is so English ...
... of jacket potatoes, chicken, coleslaw, aubergine, capsicum and salad. Mick had another sheesha sesh and then it was time for bed.
Oludeniz was quite a pretty town but we were here in the off season. This meant most places were closed and it definitely had the feel of a ghost town. I am glad we weren’t here during peak season as we heard it’s just over run with loud drunk tourists. Otherwise, it’s a delightful place to ...
... a ride in the back of tractors, or shepherds herding their goats across the road. People in towns also seem to have random pet cows, chickens or turkeys (not to mention roosters which wake you up in the morning).
As for the next few days, I'll be staying in the hippy/frontier town of Olympos, before going to Cappadocia, with its iconic fairy chimneys and underground cities. Then I'm heading back to Istanbul and meeting up with Dylan and Randi in Salzburg. Adios!