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... were right on the harbor and had a wonderful view of the boats, called Gulets. In the background were snow covered mountains, but half the time we couldn't see them because of the rain. But we got to crank the heat!
The breakfasts were huge and delicious and we spent the 3 days here just reading, relaxing, and recovering. Our first night we went hunting for a nice dinner. We had read about the fish market, which is in ...
We decided to return to Patara Beach today. It is not particularly warm, but we did not get to see that much of it because of the storm yesterday. We did not swim, but lots of people are there. It costs 5 lire per person to visit, but well worth it. The water is however, quite rough! We also re-visited some of the ruins, because they were so interesting. ...
... taking a real pride in her job - I think her bed decorations are a great example of going the extra mile. As was after three nights at Gondol we came home one day to discover that she’d sandwiched our two single beds together……...ah, we must look like honeymooners!! We must also mention the kindness of our Gondol neighbours - Brian and Anita from Yorkshire - who so kindly offered us a lift to Dalyan, our next ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... Id never been up this high before, certainly not in 40 degree heat anyway!
I pushed past the building on the summit and headed over to the eastern edge to get some breath taking views of the med sea and lycian coastline to the south and to the west the blue lagoon of Olu deniz, behind me northwards i could see over to where my hotel was beyond Fethiye and also to my right, eastwards i could see inland to places id yet to visit!