Travel Blogs from Oludeniz
... will notice a raised bit of sand (indicating a nesting site for the endangered sea turtle) and avoid plunking their bodies down on top!
Somehow the turtles have successfully managed to lay their eggs. Proof was found the next day when we saw 'officials' gently removing the newly hatched turtles to a safer place.
so, the first day we rested, walked, swam and rested again. Amid all this activity we tried to get information about the reason we ...
... buckets of water on us. I wish I could say I’m lying to make it sound worse than it really was, but I can’t. Once we were soaked from head to toe, we set out, driving through the morning air. It wasn’t a cold morning, but it wasn’t warm enough to enjoy driving 80km/h while wet. For the entire morning our drill sergeant… I mean guide, gave us strict orders to "follow him", “stand up”, “wave ...
A sad day for Istanbul losing their 2020 Olympic Games bid to Tokyo. It came down to the two cities after Madrid was voted out. We had hoped we would be returning to a city in celebration. It has been obvious since we arrived in Istanbul over 2 weeks ago that they were ready to take on the challenge. The drive from the airport was lined with gardens planted out in fancy patterns and Turkish flags are flying ...
... a mountain and flying nearly 2km above the Mediterranean!
After driving out of town and winding our way up the side of the mountain, we arrived at the launch area. The view out over the Mediterranean coast and the town of Oludeniz was incredible. Looking down at the coastline sitting so far below us was a little scary, but equally it was exciting to see the sky peppered with dozens of multi-coloured gliders floating around below us – it was an amazing sight!
... heaven as it was my first garlic bread since leaving home, mmm! Cook group did an amazing job considering they were cooking in the dark. The mission of the evening was to collect firewood to fill up our wood store on the back of the truck, so the boys set about sawing down a tree and using an axe to breack the wood up into smaller pieces, it was funny watching the men at work, 'must chop wood’. The night continued in true Irish fashion with Owen singing ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center