Mehtap Beach Hotel
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... nice I guess. It is very popular with British tourists. We treated ourselves to a dinner out in a "family home" with husband, wife and children all running it. We had the table for two on a tiny Juliet balcony.
One of the customs is that people come around in small boats selling all sorts of wares. After leaving Kalkan we passed the seven capes to anchor near Gemiler Adasi (Adasi means Island). Just as we were stressing about where to ...
After a chill night and yet another beautiful meal we enjoy yet more sleep... It's holidays after all! Finally late at night Tom, Amy and gorgeous Asher arrived and get settled. We sit up with some wine until late, it's still so warm. We wake late the following morning and head out for lunch. The food is amazing as always. We ordered iced coffee, beer and ouzo all at once (when ...
... magical interlude in a special venue.
We had decided to head for Köyceġiz situated on a fresh water lake between Marmaris and Dalaman. The distance was 46Km but the GPS estimated travelling time as about 1,5hours – the twisty roads and the built up areas mean slow progress and time to enjoy the views.
Köyceġiz was indeed a very pretty town on the lake but there was no campsite and we did not find a ...
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Dave, Dawn and Rory went on 2½ hour walk across the headland and down to a small harbour - Içmeler. The views made the effort worthwhile and most of it was in shady forest.
A boat taxi brought them back to Turunç. It was a very rocky path and quite steep in places so Joan chickened out after a promising start and some spectacular views. We used the boat taxi service to go across to Marmaris for an afternoon. ...
We walked down to the restaurant and were intrigued by the containers of water at every bend. Water - to bus used in the event of a fire!
Our walk took us along the sea front at dusk - so picturesque but a huge new hotel may have an impact. Unfortunately the road is too narrow to safely walk back, at night. This meant we said no to the deserts!