Otium Hotel Art
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... chicken). It is quite a small area and easy to walk around with heaps of really charming streets and cul de sacs. It's mostly full of restaurants and shops aimed at fleecing the tourist, but for all that is a lovely place to spend a few hours. The old town slopes down to the waters edge where there is a really attractive marina. Today the water was clear and blue, like it was summer, and the distant ...
... terraces wasn't too slippery but it certainly gave my soft kiwi feed a good work out on the way down. The amount of water flowing over the terraces is strictly controlled by the Turks - too much water changes the colour, so there is a fair amount of human intervention in keeping these things pristine. After a morning pottering around we headed to Antalya, a large city on the southern coast of Turkey. ...
... past a hairdressers with two young guy hairdressers doing girls hair, so I asked if they could give me a shampoo and cut. Lots of hand actions as they had no English. It's 10 weeks since I had a haircut in Florence!
I went back an hour later and the other guy who had no English either, was going to do my hair. I managed to convey to him I wanted a shampoo and cut. Again lots ...
... people arriving from the silk road. I too am also trading within the silk road. I am a widow, my husband died from an illness that came from the European travelers, I don't have any children, so i disguised myself as a man to trade along this route. In order to look like a man I cut my hair, took my husbands clothing, and hide myself as much as possible. Aside from this, anyone can see the most beautiful colors with silk, porcelain ...
... had easy access to the beach! Seeing the natural flames in Chimaera was amazing, it was a hike up the hill and it was a bit scary going down! The flames have been going for years and the natural gas under the surface let them burn bright. Funny to see some Asian tourists try and blow them out, however they didn't succeed! We stopped off at the third longest cave in Turkey, very similar to the Jenolan caves in OZ but less crowded and absolutely breath ...