Monta Verde Hotel & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... industry must contribute to the Turkish economy. I think I'll stay a few more days in Fethiye waiting for information about the boat, plus there are still some things I'd like to see and do here. Best wishes to all, and thanks to all those who've made comments.
PS I put a 10 sec video on this blog entry showing Kayakoy, best viewed in full screen mode.
... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...
... the highest take off point in the world! Over the 'blue lagoon’ It was incredible and in hindsight the drive up the mountain was the scariest part!
We took off from 1,600ft. and drifted around above the ‘blue lagoon’ the scenery was beautiful with the water and the town beneath us. I even did a spin! It was a massive adrenaline rush and something I would highly recommend doing. Having never skydived myself Ben tells me it's like ...
... fears were justified as in the first round Andrew managed to bowl 176 and even scored a Turkey (3 strikes in a row). We averaged the sores to find the winners vs losers and it was Andrew’s team vs mine in the final (I must admit I didn’t contribute too highly to our team’s average). The second round proved to go the same as the first although Andrew didn’t improve on 176, but it was a great night out.
From the bowling we passed by a ...
... of skill and patience it takes to make one.
We stayed in Koycegiz that night, a small resort town on the Aegean, only this one was free of Western tourists. After sunset, I had a meal on the harbor. It was very quaint. There were old men biking along the quay, a newly married couple taking wedding photos, vendors walking up and down the harbor selling corn or oysters, the restaurant owner's dog chasing cats after sitting by my feet, waiting for food, and a group ...