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... of Turkish Greeks to Greece and vice versa. Many deaths occurred and people lost everything. When the Greeks Turks came they did not want to live in the village and so it was looted and abandoned. Interesting to see. After much more driving we eventually arrived at Fetihye, which is another seaside resort – this time on the Mediterranean Sea. We are staying facing the marina and it is very beautiful. Dinner tonight at the hotel ...
... one of the public buses going past every 5 mins and went into the main shopping strip to buy some new suitcases. I always had the intention of doing this as my current suitcase is 16 years old, weighs a ton and the zipper is starting to fail. After visiting 3 luggage shops and negotiating some prices, I finally settled on a set from a small shop off the main strip. We had a group dinner tonight, however I opted to have some down time 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 ...
... br> all the way yet) when I jumped off the bus and ran as fast as I ever
have to the toilet. I was lucky in that (a) it was easy to find the
toilet--it was basically right inside the Otogar door, and (b) I
didn't need to pay any Turkish lira to use it--as you do in many
public toilets here. Had either of those 2 things not been the case,
I probably would have rode the rest of the way in wet pants! Suffice
it to say, I am now paranoid ...