Ocakkoy Holiday Village
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Sad to leave beautiful Kas with it's lovely warm weather and the lovely staff at the hotel and the rooftop terrace overlooking the water. Most hotels in Turkey give you a wonderful buffet breakfast with cereals, cold meats, cheeses and salads and hot eggs and other foods too.
At this hotel we had a dinner of a vegetarian buffet with bbq chicken, fish or meat, and a soup and dessert for a really reasonable price of A$12.
Another two hour bus trip along the ...
... the sea retracted. One can sit and watch people try to get in and out while being thrown around like they are on a Bucking Bronco. The water was also more salty than a sailors language, that should help heal some of those bites. Just when the humid heat hit a high, I attended my cook duty and the evenings meal, a real treat, a spit roast sheep. It took nearly 6 hours to prepare and cook but worth it. Jane: While Chris was preparing ...
... time in my life.
The bus system is easy to navigate paying a few lira to get downtown, a bustling area of of shopping and nightlife. I did the five island tour which was beautiful but I would have much rather taken a day trip to Rhodes Island. However, swimming in the dead sea (Oludeniz) and paragliding have to be one of my best experiences in Fethiye.
... 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!
Had a pleasant bus journey to Fethiye; took about 90 minutes in a mini, well let’s call it maxi-bus as it’s bigger than the one’s Cassie is licensed to drive. The key was it was only about half full and even less so for the final half an hour, a very nice journey.
When at the Fethiye Otogar, as happens everywhere, people ask what are you doing here. Do you have accommodation? Oh you’re going on a cruise. This is from ...