Hulya Pansiyon

Address: Mavideniz Mh, Cami Karsisi, Erdemli, Icel, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, 33790, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mavideniz Mh, Cami Karsisi, Erdemli, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Erdemli

    Olba; another hidden treasure for self-exploring

    A travel blog entry by adnan.altunisik on Jan 28, 2015

    9 photos

    ... the guard, Yusuf Bey, well let's say ex-guard. he's no longer officially guarding the site because no funding. but he's still kind enough to give you clear directions on how best to walk the site.

    what's remaining is very significant and impressive. be ready to walk on rough terrain for at least 40 minutes. The back of the hill opens to ...

    Castles, Castles and the Chasm of Heaven & Hell

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 14, 2014

    40 photos

    ... side getting splashed by the sea. It was used to defend against pirates. It is on the site of a fourth century Roman Castle and changed hands in the 1221, the 1300's and 1469. It has been repaired in the 15th, 16th and 18th centuries. We started out just checking it out from the seaside and ended up circumambulating the whole thing. Peeks in the window showed nothing interesting inside. It looked like a ...

    Chasm of Heaven and Hell, Maiden's Castle

    A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Oct 02, 2009

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... destination. We stopped at a beach and Scott and Simon swam the 200 metres from the shore to the castle and had a wander, while I sat in the shade taking photos of their journey. The castle was very cool, but I was told that Mamure Castle was probably better.

    On the way out we passed another castle on the shore very near to Maiden's Castle, but the boys were tired from the swims and wanted to get to Mersin so we could rest, so we forged onward.

    Strange these security people!

    A travel blog entry by dinoshona on Sep 04, 2009

    2 photos

    ... call for it to wait.”
    We raced around the corner to find our bus just about to leave, but had waited for us. We didn't have time to thank the man but we did have a good conversation with him the first time we were there. Apparently 2000 people from his village live in Australia.

    We made our way to the port, now this was going to make or break us. We handed over our passports and within minutes had them back stamped and ready to go.

    Customs ...

    The last of the Bedouin?

    A travel blog entry by robertandtanja on Jan 14, 2009

    1 photo

    ... with the challenges they are facing. I still believe that education is the key to facilitiate and increase the number of choices they can have for a sustainable future. Having worked for many years in nomadic education programmes in Africa it was quit and eye opener to see how the Bedouin of the Middle East are continuing to cope with the challenges of the 21st century without losing their great traditional value of ...