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What an adventure we are having, oh my word!!! We left our beautiful Sirince with giving lots of hugs and kisses to Ari and his lovely wife as well as the chef, Ari's brother and father (Mama was probably on the farm picking cherries), headed down the mountain to Selcuk for our 3 hour train trip to Denizli and from there by bus to Pamukkale. The road took us through farmlands filled with pomegranite trees, fig trees, apricot trees, lucerne fields, olive trees ...
... ring and going down the cannon with a paddle. Unfortunately when we arrived the weather wasn't great, and so we weren't allowed to hire, nor walk through the cannon - we could only walk 200metres. It was pretty though. Then finally the rest of us got to eat. It ended up being about 4.30pm that we had lunch, I was starving. Back on the road, in about an hour we arrived at the accomodation. Fethiye looked like a nice area, we drove past the waterfront with boats at the wharf. Seemed ...
A deserved long lie and a quiet breakfast before hitting Dolphin beach. Very hot again so I decided to get a kayak and spent 40 mins paddling the bay. Before lunch we headed back to the hotel and sampled the offerings sitting outside overlooking the marina. Bliss!! In the afternoon we found as shaded spot on the grass next to ...
... of the ruins, we were amazed at the intricate detail in the churches, theatre and tombs. Most of the ruins are Roman and some Byzantine art work exists. It looks like much of the ruins have been untouched once they were discovered in the early 1990s. Much of this area is overgrown by vines, trees, flowering oleander and figs. We explored for a good couple hours and checked out the touristy town on Olympos- mostly pensions(little hotels) ...
... a patch of mud on the river bank but we jumped in and proceeded to cover ourselves from head to toe in the soft brown gook. Someone suggested the mud would work like a hair mask so we covered our hair while others slid on their belly's and pegged chunks at each other. It was alot of fun and felt nice on your skin but washing it off in the freezing current was quite difficult, especially getting it out of your hair.
When we returned to the hostel we ...