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... seafood looked so good and fresh, we decided to buy large prawns and eat at the restaurant with all the locals.
We were happy with our decision as the prawns were the best we'd had. They were really sweet and I'd never tasted that before. The bread was delicious too.
After that we sampled a few lokana over the next few days. Those are traditional small restaurants that have buffet style serving and you can just ...
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 ...
... night. Turkey was playing the United States for the FIBA basketball championship, so most Turks were watching the game. Unfortunately Turkey didn't win but they surprised everyone by making it that far.
The last few days I spent exploring the ghost town of Kayakoy, an old Greek town, abandoned after a population exchange with Greece about eighty years ago. Exploring the ghost town by myself was pretty eerie and there were virtually no tourists. It was just me, ...
... the day there quite easily.
Our camping ground for the next 3 nights was right by the beach and a lagoon so we straight away got sunbeds and an umbrella (for about 7 Euros eeek...but so worth it) and relaxed all day! Turkey is much more expensive than we all thought so really having to watch the budget. Alison found Jules a pair of sunglasses today so have now handed on the sellotape glasses to Stu who lost his!
... the boat ride we learned that they live 10 minutes from my brother Jake in Denver and they also became the main reason we enjoyed the cruise. Our first day was spent visiting "Butterfly Valley" home of some rediculous number of butterfly species, visiting the Oludeniz other wise known as the "blue lagoon", and ended the night parked at a deserted island called St. Nicholas island. Day two we visited a island town called Cas which was an authentic Turkish ...