Travel Blogs from Alanya
... me of Bali, millions of shops all selling the same thing, you either had clothes, shoes or knick knacks. Plenty of negotiating and deals to be had. We found some goodies, filled our bags and with a quick stop off for a kebab we were on our way back to gazipasa. Overall, the experience was unreal. I would never have thought to find this in such a conservative, traditional country, nonetheless it was great ...
... alike rollex watches, the I heart Side t shirts, and anything else that stood out under the bright neon lights.
We walked up away from the beach and found some more ruins. They were all lit up bright. Then we walked back to the room wondering how we can get out of here each day.... We have booked 3 nights. Oh dear.
In the morning we woke and had breakfast in the turtle garden (20 turtles) with the lovely owner of the place ...
... was once a beautiful sea side town and now is a very commercial tourist town. Then on to our last stop, the Manavgat Waterfalls. These waterfalls are very low, but very swift. The viewing area is built in many sections at different levels. We were told that the river floods two or three times a year. The water was quite high covering some of the viewing area, though some people waded into the water to pose for photographs. We then headed back to ...
... have it, or we would be having to stop off at one of the many chemists and that would "spoil the group's harmony".
One guy had two small monkeys dressed in gold lame jackets on a lead.
No thanks! When I looked back a few moments later, he had a monkey on each shoulder, and I unkindly wished they were full of explosive pomegranate juice.
We had an hour before the BBQ on the boat, which we spent warding off small children selling bracelets ...
... s body as well as his father's, son and a lot more notables are entombed...There is also some of Mohammed's beard encased... Sham's special hat...somehow..commercialism has taken over. We are now on the Meditterarean...driving towards Olympos...there are large bunches of bananas being sold everywhere...and...Palm trees...I am already feeling resistant to the 'resort like feel'...where are the quaint villages with the children running around ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service