Maris Beach Hotel
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... hired a motor scooter now to get around town. I'll go back to the marina tomorrow to look at another boat.
The area is quite different to I imagined; not that I can think now what I imagined. The first thing that struck me driving in the bus from the Dalaman airport to Marmaris, is how quiet it is (especially after Asia). The towns, roads etc. were empty of people. The countryside is ...
... Knights rebuilt in Malta. Although the Turks ruled justly there was a general decline in commerce and building over the next 400 years. The Italians took over the Island in 1912 and Mussolini restored much of the architecture. Eventually Rodos was handed back to Greece in 1948. Phew! A bit of a potted history! You can tell we have a sea day and I have a bit more time on my hands! We set off about 8.30 and took the bus past the old city and along the coast with long beaches and ...
... out, smear it on, dry, get a bracing cold shower then a freezing hose off from the stern looking attendant, and gratefully slide into the 39* sulfur pool. We poured into the sports bar back on board for the all blacks v England game. Only to find there is no rugby channel. We are currently watching Italian serie B, EPL and Bundesliga all at once. Streamed the radio broadcast, much to the disgust of the German soccer fans. And NZ meted out bitter revenge in the ******** ...
... the old dead skin. I didn't notice much difference, but Kinda thinks it was beneficial for her feet.
We walked back to the ship and saw the Queen Elizabeth docked next to our which held several thousand people and dwarfed our cruise ship. I don't think a bigger ship would be any better and personally I prefer exploring new places than staying on the ship and ours had good food and plenty to do.
... temporary henna tattoos which gave us a lasting memory of the day.
All in all I hugely enjoyed my time spent in Mugla. It is a small city with no tourists, however this gives you the chance to really explore the Turkish culture.
I would definitely recommend CSV; it gave me the opportunity to meet people from all over the world including Taiwan, Korea and from all over Europe.