- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... gesture. Mostly we learned to be patient just like the Turks. It seldom pays to rush through anything. Well, I guess emergencies are the exceptions. So many great people like Volcan the day clerk at our last hotel. Or Vely at Pamukkale. Moza in Goreme. The lute-playing Ali who made tea for us and then played his lute for us on his patio at his guesthouse in Istanbul. Can't say enough about Turkish hospitality. And culture. And geography. Wonderful place. Sad to ...
... happening place, lots of cafes and bars etc. We got time to relax before dinner for a couple of hours, I packed my bag, then met at the hotel for our last dinner together. There were 5 people that were leaving the tour the next day, and 5 new people coming to join the Topdeck tour. I didn't realise till the tour started that we were the first part of a bigger 2 week tour. We had dinner that was a buffet style with a lot of different salads and veggies as well as meat and bread. First ...
... to the top of the island (see pictures for the view), we hiked back down and took the dingy back to our boat, where we were served a marvelous lunch. Then it was time to swim. What a blast! We all took turns jumping into the warm azure water. The water was deep, but you could see to the bottom. Amazing!
We then were taken to a local beach and met a mini-bus that drove us to Kayakoy or "Ghost Town." As you'll see from the pictures, this is literally a ...
... Finally we headed off to a bar called the car cemetery. Was an OK place, it was pretty quite inside. The music that was playing was pretty good but just needed to loosen up. The beer wasn't working so we hit the long Island ice tea's. Then **** started to get crazy with sing alongs and dance moves. A lasting memory will be Jose coming back from the bar time and time again with numerous long island ice teas haha. We all had a good night and was a great way to finish off the ...
... that juts down into the Mediterranean Sea on Turkey's southern coast. Some guidebooks refer to this part as the Aegean Sea. We will stick with Mediterranean Sea as it seems to be the more prevalent view. Apart from the dramatic change in climate (we put away our warm clothes that had been out in full force in Cappadocia) brought out by a change in geography, we were also within the historical sphere of the Romans and the Greeks. The Lycian sarcophagi in Fethiye ...