Akka Alinda Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... never again! Going everywhere with a bus load of people, guides trying to sell expensive extras, huge, sterile hotels. I guess we knew what it would be like, and did it anyway. In fact the hotel isn't bad, with lots of Palm trees, bouganville, bright flower beds and a decent beach, although cover with plastic loungers and ...
... small waisted glasses. Turkish coffee is available, however, nothing like the availability of tea. Western style coffee is somewhat available, but it is referred to as “Nescafe” and is typically 3 in 1. It is very difficult to find straight coffee (a problem for me).
Beer and wine are reasonably cheap, beer roughly $3 can/bottle and bottle of wine about $10; spirits are more expensive.
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... We walked through the ruins for a while and then went to the modern day tourist trap, found a cafe next to the Mediterranean and chilled for a while before trekking back to our bus stop to take the trip home. The attached pictures don't to the place justice but you're gonna want to take a peek at ...
... eaten and done so far and it keeps getting better. :P The short-term peeps left today for another area. They have 3 weeks left before they head back across the ocean. They are doing well but can still always use your thoughts. Please keep them in ...
... We descended into the deep shaded valley that runs directly to the sea, lined by 'tree houses', restaurants/bars and markets. We arrived sweaty and tired in the late afternoon at our home for 3 nights - Saban Tree Houses. What a place to be lethargic! We lounged in the mini cushioned lounges on stilts drinking Efes and Turkish tea for the rest of the afternoon, taking a short stroll up the valley just to investigate the shops ...