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... day Sevkiye organised a car outing to the same beach as the day before but the other end. There was also a Turtle Hospital there that we were able to visit and talk to the carers, who explained to us the different reasons why the turtles were there. After returning back to the Hotel the captain was ready with enough fuel to take us, the French couple, Sevkiye and her puppy upriver to the lake to visit a ...
... rest. However this did not happen this time.
Last Monday I was hanging out my laundry to dry on the airer and all of a sudden, my hip popped out - well that's what it feels like anyway, its not actually the bone but something else. My lessons had finished for the day so I wasn't too worried and hoped that if I spent the rest of the day resting in bed then my hip should go back to normal in a few hours or so. Oh noooo.
I was ...
... 300 days of sun a year with virtually no rain from May until late October. The two main attractions are the ancient temple at the village of Lindos and the fort/hospital built by the knights of St. John ( who are now the Knights of Malta) in the the old town of Rhodes. We toured both and ate a typical Greek lunch at a local taverna. All these islands experienced multiple rulers over the ages. Rhodes was ruled by the Persians, Romans, ...
... hit by propellers etc. These folks are educating the local people and doing a world of good. I was surprised to hear that they had not seen any Americans there. This is also a place where flamingos hang out for a while...and they are still white! I think they need some certain minerals to get their pink color. Our host at the hostel was very sweet and thoughtful with a VERY limited English. He noticed that my upper lip area was chapped and brought out his special medicine ...
Marmaris, Turkey, was exactly that: a turkey. The winds howled blowing waves across the sea wall and onto the sidewalk, closing waterfront restaurants and cafes and blowing tourists around like fall leaves.
Marmaris, once a traditional fishing village, hosts an armada of wooden-hulled yachts, sailing boats, fishing boats and craft ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet