Magic Tulip Oludeniz
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... carved into the mountain 300 years BC. From there we had this beautiful view over Fethiye. While we were having a cup of apple tea enjoying the view we suddenly started hearing sounds like gunshots, followed by people talking on loud hailers!!!!! We all thought this is it - Isis has attacked Fethiye!!!!! Meanwhile it was to announce the start of the 3 month school holiday!!! We then went onto the local market where they only sell fresh produce. Oh my word, it ...
... 7 days there has been a range of salads, normally a salad consists of tomato, a pepper and maybe lettuce if your lucky. After dinner the whole group, including the tour guide headed down to the marina for a couple of drinks. A lot of the shops were open too, so we had a nosy around. We then settled on this bar, that had cocktails and sheesha. I had a cocktail, tasted a bit like alcoholic juice then said goodbye to the tour and then headed back to the hotel. We had an early morning ...
Olüdeniz When I was planing this whole trip I was so exited about Olüdeniz. There were many things I read about it that I wanted to do it. So I don't know how I ended up here with just two days... We took a dolmus (minibus) from Marmari's otogar (bus station) to Fethiye. Once we arrived to the otogar we asked for a bus to Olüdeniz. Our driver told us to get out from the otogar and wait for one outside around the corner. While we were walking we saw ...
... the morning swimming, reading and chatting. Followed by some more swimming reading and chatting. Then it's time for some lunch and tea before we venture off to St. Nicholas Island. En route we watched para-sailers drifting down from the mountains surrounding Oludeniz beach. Once we arrive at St. Nicholas Island, some of our fellow passages disembark, leaving only 7 of us on board. And what a lucky seven we were. Soon we head calls ...
While we kill a few hours on this beautifully slow Sun afternon in
Fethiye, before our evening bus departure to Selcuk, I thought I
would elaborate on some of the finer points of my last entry's
stories, and also share how it came to pass that I learned a few
important lessons during my first week on the road in Turkey.
Lesson #1: Never drink 3 cups of tea before boarding a night
(I believe I did make mention of ...