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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Sad to leave beautiful Kas with it's lovely warm weather and the lovely staff at the hotel and the rooftop terrace overlooking the water. Most hotels in Turkey give you a wonderful buffet breakfast with cereals, cold meats, cheeses and salads and hot eggs and other foods too.
At this hotel we had a dinner of a vegetarian buffet with bbq chicken, fish or meat, and a soup and dessert for a really reasonable price of A$12.
Another two hour bus trip along the ...
Some of the most amazing people I met in Turkey were in this beautiful city of Fethiye. Many tourists from the UK visit, but I discovered more acting and doing as a local in the 3 weeks I was there. I taught first and second grade students conversational english at the Sehit Fethibey school. Those children and their parents were truly remarkable. I truly enjoyed teaching for ...
... 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 ...
... even got choked up as they read the grave stones. The most interesting thing I saw was the human bones in the museum. I had never seen a human skull before, let alone one with a bullet still in the head. The other cool thing was that some of the original bunkers were intact (albeit not as big, as decades of sand have filled them).
After Gallipoli, we stayed in the city of Canakkale, where we met a rocker, long-haired tour guide who also doubled as regional ping ...