Julian Forest Suites
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We have just returned from over a month away cruising the wild mountainous Carian and Lycian coasts of Turkey. The Carians and Lycians were indigenous people speaking an Indo-European language, living here before the Greeks arrived about 1000 BC. Until a coastal road was built access by land was very difficult, and most access by sea; in Byzantine times it became a pirate haunt. The Lycians were famous for their ...
... the best places to eat as well as a hidden bar to go to tonight which only locals go to. For a parting gift we recover a shortfall 60% moonshine. Hello I'm drunk. The only thing left to do this afternoon is beach. Which is where Bridget and I properly take ourselves. The water is beautiful and warm, the beach is full. This is exactly what I had in min for a European summer ...
... We can hear wild parrots and people chatting. Exhausted we go to bed. After a long sleep in its time to explore the old town. Holy **** this is what has been missing from my life for while. There are no cars/motorbikes just people on foot. Beautiful medieval buildings and streets. Full of Europeans. Zero ***** given. I love these people. Lots of walking, exploring, taking photos and drinking summer drinks. Amy, tom & Asher will arrive later ...
... attached to one side. The pebble work on the outdoor courtyards was very pretty, and generally the place had a nice peaceful tranquil feel to it. Found a backstreet restaurant for lunch. Away from the dreadful hawkers and their 2 litre glass boots of beer. Then we meandered back on board and had a nice swim and spa at the back pool. My god I even felt cold for once. Another buffet at the back of the boat which wasn't as nice as last time. Then off to the karaoke which was a dead ...
... an enquiry at the Municipal Office, we were directed to a municipal bus park with a regularly serviced ablution block. They told us to stay there “No problem. No pay. Quiet tonight.”
Hmm. We were not so sure about the latter part. The carpark was about 60% full – big tour buses and mini buses being the main occupants. The toilets were acceptably clean 24x7. The gents had a cold shower – we guess ...