Marcan Beach Hotel
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... for swims in the Mediterannean Sea which was so blue. We relaxed, it was sunny and a great lunch was provided. Everyone really enjoyed having a different pace and we enjoyed each other’s company lots. Upon return we had a good rest and this evening enjoyed a nice meal out together at a restaurant in Fethiye – another great day. When we came home, a Turkish wedding was being held at our hotel – great music so we did have a little ...
... we just walked 400 metres into the canyon. We were then pulled over for a regular licence/tachometer check for our driver (Ahmet). Unfortunately an argument started between Ahmet and the police officer and a ticket was issued. Peri (our guide) explained to us all that the policeman gave him a ticket for not sticking to the correct average speed. Unfortunately the smart card that records average speed wasn't checked by the policeman. He made ...
... maybe he saved mine by grabbing my shorts so I didn't fall out completely.
Our en-route stop today was at pammakue, these are calcium baths which Steve and I were not sure if we were going to go in but glad we did in the end. It is odd looking up and seeing such a massive white spans. I found it bizarre you had to take your shoes off but then understood why. The calcium is wet, it has water continuously running over it. So ...
... Republic. I was surprised by how small the cove actually was. I pictured thousands of troops crowding each other with their heavy, wet bags.
We visited the Australian and New Zealand memorials, as well as the Turkish memorial. It's easy to forget that the Turkish people visit this site too, and revere it just as much as the Anzacs. It was also cool to be traveling with a large group of Aussies and Kiwis and seeing how much it meant for them to travel there. ...
... or something of that nature. Either way, what a sight it was. Something none of us on that boat will ever forget.
After breakfast the next morning we were on the move again, this time towards the town of Demre where our cruise would end after a final lunch on the boat. However, once out of the shelter of Gokkaya Bay we discovered that the high winds from the previous day were still swirling. This meant, because of its location, docking in Demre would be ...