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Travel Blogs from Fethiye
... are handed bottles of water, which are great fully received. Turkey is currently having a heat wave with temperatures in the 40s. This is a holiday of two halves. Firstly we stay at Kalkan, then we cruise for the second week on a Gullet. Very exciting !!! We get to the hotel and on initial inspection. everything looks pretty luxurious. Secret Escapes have nailed ...
... disjointed thoughts about Turkey: - Dorothy has coined turkey the land of confusion / contradictions. Confusion about how much a cup of tea costs, where the bus is going, where the bus stop is, are we in Asia / Europe / the Middle East, and confusion in every day conversations. Or how about my confusion when a bus conductor affectionately caressed my neck... Or how this is a Muslim country but they make lots of wine? The Hagia Sophia serves as an ...
Fethiye, feti-where? Another big bus ride away was another town, I must say I'm not sure about the train system in turkey but the busses are bloody good! We get served cold water, soft drinks and 'snacks' on any bus and it's all pretty damn cheap! The drivers are happy, and his trolley dolly, who's more of a burley overweight, smoke aged old man than dolly, but he always ensures we get out at the right stop and send ...
... their winter uniform of tartan kilts and long socks with blazers even though it is still 21 degrees
Decided to use the Lonely Planet for assistance to decide where to have lunch and went to the port side Deniz restaurant where we were treated to a feast of seafood - prawns, calamari, octopus, crab fritters with a squid cervice, fabulous salad and warm bread - few glasses of wine and beer and some Turkish coffee ( for Fran) and Nescafé for Jos - which was ...
... Pamukkale for those that don't know is like the pink and white terraces that NZ used to have except they are all white. For a small fortune you can swim in the hot springs there. Or you can just walk around and look for much less. It was a weird place but pretty cool. Looked like snow but was rock solid. After we played at pamukkale for a while we got on the bus and went to the hotel. They had their own hot spring there so we took advantage of that. Day 8 After waking up ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center