Magic Tulip Oludeniz
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... her temple and a truly huge and amazing stadium in great condition. Additionally all the magnificent statues were in a museum and easily seen and appreciated. We next had a lovely lunch in another outdoor area with a cute man playing a balalaika with a dancing parrot!!
Next we drove several hours until we reached a Greek ghost town called Kayakoy. The story behind this town was very sad indeed – as it was part of the ...
... Swimming in the water was amazing as the temperature was perfect. After our 1st swim, I claimed a nice corner of the boat to sit for the day, read my book, sip some tea and watch the coast line. I wasn't a complete anti social, I did partake in some fun conversations out on deck, but I'm not a fan of too much sun, so I enjoyed being on my own for a bit. Lunch was a beautiful fish washed down with a local beer. When we returned at 4pm, I ...
... 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 ...
... She used to travel since she was 20 and now she is in possession of stories from every continent except from the icy ones and Africa (she still does not feel experienced enough for the Black Land). We have walked togather through Fethie, been in some bar and pub that were recommended by her Lonely Planet guidebook, talked a lot, exchanging experiences till sleeping time.
When we have realised that we can't count on Wouter's paragliding friend (we just weren't ...
... way down coast before stopping in Gokkaya Bay for the evening - five hours earlier than planned on account of the weather, though no one really seemed to mind as it afforded us more swimming, snorkelling and jumping-off-the-boat time. Hearing that Gokkaya Bay is known as a 'pirates haven’ sparked an impromptu pirate themed evening on our boat which included most people putting together their best pirate costume from what little they had to work with. Yaaaarrr! After ...