Marmaris Resort & SPA
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... by yet more ruins, plus a few goats and donkeys.
Our turnaround point was Orhaniye, which is where I put the location of this blog, and once again, we anchored just below a Byzantine fort on a tiny island, which became a pirate hideout after it was abandoned. Nowadays there are lots of rabbits, fed and watered by a bloke who comes over every day.
Stopping by at Ekincik again I arranged for a guide to take us on a tour of the ...
... it was delicious. After a light walk around tom and Bridget take Asher home for a nap and Amy and I go jewelry shopping for gifts and of course ourselves. Amy knows her stuff. We finish all gift shopping first, then we find a beautiful white gold and pearl ring for me. Being in decisive we decide to get a juice. Naturally we make friends with some locals at the cafe who ...
Late at night Bridget and I finally arrive in Rhodes. An island which sits closer to Turkey than the mainland of Greece. It is a beautiful 32 degrees with a light breeze. People are everywhere even though it's midnight. All businesses are open and people fill the streets on the warm evenings. The taxi pulls up at the entrance of the old town, a cobblestone mini city inclosed by a medieval castle wall. We grab our bags and make our way through the ...
A day on the road at Rhodes !!! Alan organized a fleet of taxis to transport us round the main points of interest in Rhodes - which are few. Basically a look at where the Collusus once stood, a trip down to Lindos with its Acropolis, via a ceramic place, and back up to the main city via Faliraki. It was pleasant and relaxing, the taxis were quite expensive (200€ each for 4 hours), our driver was nice but after Lindos on the return trip there wasn't much commentary. Liam was ...
... and the toilets were freshly serviced. So our big night in Dalyan – dinner and night’s parking cost us <50TL (15-20Euro). We anticipated that the buses and tourists would be back, we made sure we were out early. We were keen to see the local attractions but couldn’t face 8-10 hours on a boat tour which would have meant a second night in the car park – it was just too hot, parked on the hot tar with no shade or ...