Monta Verde Hotel & Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the bottom". She's out in crystal clear turquoise water 10 meters deep. Fish abound. It's dinner time at the Curry Palace. We discuss how "things" don't bring lasting happiness but experiences do and seem to last. I have to admit, she's bang on the money there. Leaving Turkey is a bit of a downer. Night before last we had a wedding next door. A full on Turkish affair complete with live Turkish music, an MC whose singing sucked but sentiment didn't and just when ...
... problem is if you deplete a country of its resources how does it maintain itself. How long before a small percentage of Albertan oil sheiks have all the money and the rest wait for their goodwill. We've out-sourced many jobs. A few have filled their bank accounts while most live day to day try to find a well paying-as in oil well- job. It's only a matter of time before Canada gets its own religious messiah. Or has he been there all along? Someone ...
... t get there without another waterfight across the jeeps! The water at the part of the river we stopped at was the same cool stream, but instead of the rocky riverbed it was clay. As we paddled into the river it felt slimy and slippery under foot – not the most pleasant of experiences! To ensure we didn’t slip and fall, we all held hands to make our way into the centre of the river. When everyone had assembled we were instructed to pick up clay from the river ...
Up really early for the flight from Istanbul to Dalaman, then an hour drive to the Oludeniz. A picturesque beachside town, cradled by hills on 3 sides.
Arrived around 9.30, at the wrong hotel - according to the Karbel Beach Hotel staff. They moved us to The Karbel Hotel, just down the road, which is where Wendy was staying anyway.
... we sailed to the most famous beach in Turkey, Oludeniz beach. More swimming, and Kev jumped off a huge cliff (poor landing, his bum is now a neat mix of yellow and purple). That night we were treated to a bit of a concert from a couple of people on our boat – there’s something magical about sitting on a sailboat under the stars, drinking wine and listening to a great guitar player.
The boat docked in Fethiye and we spent 3 ...