Ozturk Hotel

Hisaronu Mah. Stad Cad. No:8, Hisaronu, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48380, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hisaronu Mah. Stad Cad. No:8, Hisaronu, is near Oludeniz, Calis Beach, Ancient Rock Tombes, and Gemiler Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Hisaronu

    Two Young Giffers on a Motorbike in Fetihye

    A travel blog entry by jennifer63 on Aug 11, 2014

    Great to get back on the bike today, er um for about 10 minutes. The temperature rose to 42.5 in no time and our Rukka textiles are not suited to this, we were literally baking inside our gear. Reluctantly but necessary, I took off my jacket and rode in a t-shirt for the first time ever, it was bliss but sooooo unsafe. A waterfall spouting ...

    Kayaking in the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... from the internet so you can see a bit of the area.)

    After hiking around, we went back to the van and continued our ride to Fethiye. It took about 3 hours to get there, but was a great drive. It is very similar to Big Sur - roads along the curves of the mountains with precipitous drops to the ocean. The only difference is that the ocean is an amazing aquamarine color.

    We stay in Fethiye for the next two days so will have more to report then!



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    "We Will Go Overboard Dead"..!

    A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... to take a leap of faith (literally..!) by jumping off the side of the boat from the top deck. We had initially planned to jump together, but ended up going into the water in order of courage. I jumped last! I stood nervously on the side of the boat, clutching the railings and my stomach churned as I looked down – quite terrifying. We seemed to attract a lot of attention from the other boat passengers as we stood there ready to meet our fate (!). People began countdowns trying ...

    Sea Sultans

    A travel blog entry by trockie on May 19, 2011

    ... 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 ...

    Diving and a Turkish bath

    A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Jun 11, 2010

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    Awesome day today. Jenn and I were picked up by European Diving Centre at 8:30am and taken to their dive shop. We filled out the necessary forms and I met my divemaster for the day. Jenn is doing a beginner course so we have different divemasters. My divemaster didn't like the two year break since my last dive but I told him I redid the open water theory course very recently (finished last night, in fact) and luckily it was enough for him.

    We were ...