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Oludeniz ((Dead Sea) 15kms from Fethiye has blueish lagoons and a rare sandy beach. The morning was spent swimming, sun baking and enjoying a pleasant change of pace. Rae took the opportunity to stay at the hotel and catch up on Year 11 marking. A day that proved productive for her. A short drive from Oludeniz took us to Kayakoy (Karmylassos) an errie town of 2,000 stone houses. I am currently reading Louis de Bernieres's novel 'Birds without ...
... evening's entertainment and wish I had a big red buzzer!
After a day of unwinding, catching up on sleep and getting used to the heat, the need to explore the local area was high on the agenda. Yesterday, I indulged in a Turkish pizza - Lahmacun - which consisted of a standard pizza style base with a mince meat topping and optional spice. I'm unsure whether or not it is customary but it arrived with two pizzas stacked on top on one another; either way, it was ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... took about ten minutes (dawdling!). The apartment was the best we’ve had in Europe (although Turkey isn’t part of the EEC – but same part of the world!) and comprised of two rooms – a bedroom and a living area with two bed settees and kitchenette and a bathroom of course. Everything had been refurbished. Why people choose hotels which are more expensive and don’t have these facilities I’ll never know!
... Kas. There were many inlet beaches, some deserted coves. Some fishermen were seen. Some drivers are wreckless re blind corner passing.
Past the largest fish farm in the country at 1405. The road is twisty as hell. Beymelek is a contender for greenhouse capital of the country. Passed through Myra of St Nicholas' fame. He was a bishop here. St Nicholas could bring the town an urban facelift. 45k to go at 1419. The panorama shot above Myra was mercifully over ...