Paradise Apartments

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Travel Blogs from Kalkan

Turquoise Coast

A travel blog entry by hanush


My next Turkish destination was the enticingly-named Turquoise Coast, in the southwest of the country, running between the Mediterranean resort towns of Antalya in the east, and Fethiye in the west. I was here for one thing, to hike (part of) the famous Lycian Way, a 500km track following ancient Lycian roads and trading routes through the hills above the sea. Mother nature had other plans however.

Winter had arrived, and it was more serious than ...

Bus ride

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... then cooks it for you for a small fee (A$ 3.25 pp) and supplies you with a salad and fresh baked pita bread. While you wait you can have an appetiser and enjoy the atmosphere. The next day we caught a minibus to Oludeniz, a bathing Resort in summer but pretty much deserted this time of year. A short walk up the beach is a pretty lagoon and the water colour is unbelievable. As the water was too cold for swimming we ...

Making a 2000+m jump!

A travel blog entry by lollbaker


... we went really quick and good at our speed and duration it's highly likely that the blood would of rushed to my legs and they would of gone numb. I couldn't really recall as I think I was soaking in what had just happened. The touch down was interesting but all went smoothly and landed in one piece. When we were up the top a guy was sitting there with his leg rapped up, later found out he was a pilot who broke his leg and then his passenger broke her ankle. A ...

Four countries in one month

A travel blog entry by rg09


... was, as always, painful on the credit card but so worth it. We've stocked up on our reading material for a good while now, as well as our new toys and gadgets to play with (camera for him, iPad2 for her). We'll always love London, but the old adage you can never really go back is starting to ring true. The city feels different for us now, and a 5 day visit was too short to really do everything you want but long enough to start ramping up ...

Wedding bells and serenity

A travel blog entry by boothy58


Kas 12th October 2010-10-14

After another beautiful Turkish breaky we packed up the car around 9am and headed west along the coastline towards Kas. (pronounced Kash). The trip took around 2.5 hours and we hugged the coastline the whole way virtually – a not for the faint hearted drive I must say, but stunning coastline. (although not as spectacular as Croatia). Passed through snow capped mountains and tunnels, before the coastline, which ...


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