Iberotel Sarigerme Park
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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... given that the mom is a kindergarten teacher. Except for the American parents, none of them were over 30. It certainly helped that we all came from English speaking backgrounds and were seasoned travelers. Once again Tom and Tyler slept up on the deck, while Sue and Evie slept below in the front bunk. Late the night before, Sue had offered the back bunk to the Captain to sleep in, which is a rare luxury for a man who has to sleep on the back sofa ...
... surprised Tom with a pair of adorable handmade Father's Day cards. Tom was especially surprised because he had completely forgotten to what day it was and that it was Father's Day! It also happens to be the summer solstice! It is clear that this trip will be a lot of doing nothing, which is exactly what it is designed for. It isn't really our family's strong suit, but we have been on the go for 2 weeks and before heading to Crete we need a little bit of doing nothing. Time will ...
... guy?! So, we ate breakfast together. Sober Ben seemed to be a nice guy. He works in a Bank in Canada, and is a CFA. So we decided to explore Fethiye together. We went around the city for couple of hours. Not that there is much to see in Fethiye as such. Its a beautiful town, with a picture perfect harbor - calm waters and hundreds of boats and gulets. Plus, the backdrop to the habor is snow capped mountains! Anyway, in that conversation with Ben, he said one thing that stuck in ...
... as possible. If one stayed in the water for 5 minutes, they would win an ‘Efes’ beer – the local brew, quite nice I might add! My brother tried to have a go and lasted a mere 20 seconds. I don’t think anyone in our group actually managed it! Our next and main stop on the ‘safari’ was at Saklikent Gorge and National Park. Interestingly the river that ran through the gorge was the border between two Turkish regions: Antalya and ...
... and she went below deck, she would be sick rather quickly. Within 30 minutes of our departure, Milena was bouncing up/down/side-to-side, in the Beaufort +5 at worst. I was below trying to read, and hang on, when I thought of poor Denise, and her fear of rough seas. It was so hot below, I had to go topside to gt air, and sitting just outside the dog house door, I found Denise, propped/hanging on/and trying to read to keep her mind off the lurching of ...