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- Swimming pool
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... stunning coves and turquoise waters, up into the hills and pine plantations, through local villages and then back to the coast at Fethiye.
Staying at a hotel above the yacht marina and port which is huge and has some incredibly expensive and enormous yachts and motor launches, a lot of which are covered for winter. The population is about 80,000, and it's a big tourist spot for British people apparently, and obviously a prosperous and modern city.
... for swims in the Mediterannean Sea which was so blue. We relaxed, it was sunny and a great lunch was provided. Everyone really enjoyed having a different pace and we enjoyed each other’s company lots. Upon return we had a good rest and this evening enjoyed a nice meal out together at a restaurant in Fethiye – another great day. When we came home, a Turkish wedding was being held at our hotel – great music so we did have a little ...
... lovely sandy. Finally dragged myself to bed at 4 this morning. Sandy and Ryan went into town. I did manage a slight murmur as Ryan crawled into bed at 7 this morning. Lol. Right I'm up bright and breezy eating my breakfast in the sun. How much better can this get. I may not see Ryan today and I suppose not either sandy as I suspect there will be very large headaches and lots of sleeping for them. Well bye for now. ...
... Deep. Down in our heart, or stomach, we can be sure about one thing: sailing makes you hungry. Cooking on the boat is limited. It will fill you up, but not do much else.". I say that is absolute 'rubbish'. 'Poppycock'. (The Brits say it in such nicer vernacular to that which I might normally employ.). The cooking of Kyrim far surpasses description of 'filling'.
At the conclusion of our evening repast, we rolled ourselves to our cabins and were ...
... of the bus company who was arranging a free shuttle for us to near our pension, who called someone up and put the phone to me; I thought it was the Pension we’re staying in but anyway, it turned out to be a guy selling the Gulet cruises, who rushed down to see us before we left. Funny story as it was Sunnie, who we’d corresponded by email before and were intending to go with; so we booked it in. He reckons we got the last cabin available but let’s ...