Ocakkoy Holiday Village
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What an adventure we are having, oh my word!!! We left our beautiful Sirince with giving lots of hugs and kisses to Ari and his lovely wife as well as the chef, Ari's brother and father (Mama was probably on the farm picking cherries), headed down the mountain to Selcuk for our 3 hour train trip to Denizli and from there by bus to Pamukkale. The road took us through farmlands filled with pomegranite trees, fig trees, apricot trees, lucerne fields, olive trees ...
... 7 days there has been a range of salads, normally a salad consists of tomato, a pepper and maybe lettuce if your lucky. After dinner the whole group, including the tour guide headed down to the marina for a couple of drinks. A lot of the shops were open too, so we had a nosy around. We then settled on this bar, that had cocktails and sheesha. I had a cocktail, tasted a bit like alcoholic juice then said goodbye to the tour and then headed back to the hotel. We had an early morning ...
... doing that. Adagrace wanted to jump too! And she did it with Nathan but from a lower place. It was time to go back and I got pretty upset when they didn't take us to the place that they promise me the day before and I was really looking for it. When I asked one of the pirates for the "blue cave" they said they canceled that stop for weather conditions... Really? I didn't believe that but the other 99 people in the boat seemed not disappointed by that so I ...
... hamam another try somewhere else
along our way at a less touristic/more authentic bath (and bring with
us our new suits then...just in case)!
Lesson 3: Avoid sandy roads when riding a motor scooter.
When--in my last entry--I mentioned the amazing fun Mom and I had driving ourselves around for a day on a rented motor scooter in Goreme and its surrounding villages, I failed to divulge the most entertaining part of that adventure. ...
... was not to far away but she was quite shaken up.
The next day we spitroasted a goat for dinner. As you do. It was pretty tasty.
The reat of the time at Olundeniz was very 'holiday' and not really 'traveler'. Lots of lounging around, swimming, playing table tennis and valleyball. It started to get quite boring so I was happy to get back on the truck - especially as I was riding up in the cab on the way to Olympos!