Liberty Hotels Oludeniz
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... of Turkish Greeks to Greece and vice versa. Many deaths occurred and people lost everything. When the Greeks Turks came they did not want to live in the village and so it was looted and abandoned. Interesting to see. After much more driving we eventually arrived at Fetihye, which is another seaside resort – this time on the Mediterranean Sea. We are staying facing the marina and it is very beautiful. Dinner tonight at the hotel ...
... and told Ahmet to "find a lawyer if he wasn't happy". Ahmet lost 20 demerits (he has up to 100 before loosing his licence). As a group, we have decided to write a letter to Fez Travel to recommend that they fight the charges as Ahmet has been nothing but professional and has a clean driving record. It was purely a corrupt policeman in action, so whilst I'm sure nothing will eventuate, maybe it might help Ahmet in some way with his employer. ...
... thanks Jocelyn, love Blodders xx
I quite agree... A fab area with very friendly people who are very willing to make you feel welcome...I don't think we could have bettered the blue lagoon at Sun City....sun beds on the edge of a picturesque bluest of blue stretches of water...
We have eaten very well. (too well actually!!).... Done our little bit of culture , getting there by the local buses, which was surprisingly easy.... ...
... topics like pop-culture, world travel, and the life of a young Turk. It should come as no surprise that young Mali likes to hit the clubs and discos after work, dance, meet young women ("American my favorite," he says to Jen), and listen to the latest releases of Lady Gaga and Beyonce. Jen promised him a CD of good electronics dance tracks, and after a few beers and some nighttime pictures of the harbor lights, we wandered downstairs to our room for some ...
We went to Pamokkele, where it looks like snow on the mountains. They are traverlines, which are formed from the mineral water cooling as it cascades over the cliffs. We had to take off our shoes to walk to the top and it was quite refreshing having water running over our feet.
I succumbed to my first tummy bug, luckily, we were still at the camp site. We travelled to a bush camp, put up my tent and went to bed at ...