Ramada Kaya Plaza
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Dubai - A great modernized city with super architectures like the Burj 7 Star Hotel, fantastic landscapes and people. Weather there is about on average of 35 degrees in the day. Although I was only there for half a day, the Marhaba airport lounge was not bad at all of a place to snooze and eat. Food is free so YEY, I had breakfast and lunch. Bloody …
... he dismissed the idea entirely, telling us that such tours were a rip-off designed to get our money and that should abandon the tour and stay with him for the rest of the afternoon while he sold us carpets. Needless to say that didn't happen and we rejoined the tour. Ironically, the next place we visited was a wholesale leather shop, so our smooth man may have been half right. We were treated to a short fashion parade to showcase their ...
... and we were all hooked, laughing as it spewed us out in to the ocean. Who would have thought a water-slide on a boat could be that fun!? We made a few more stops and were making our way back to land around 5:30 pm. Definitely a worthwhile trip and the highlight of our time in Fethiye.
Heading 5 hours north to Selcuk via bus was next on the Turkey itinerary. It was here that we discovered the ...
... And then, we kept shopping and bought ice-cream. We noticed that the Turkish love their ice-creams. We found a shop which sold beautiful scarves, a brand called Vakko. We found out later it was an upmarket local brand and the prices showed it too! 130 liras for a scarf! We really enjoyed walking along this strip.
We made our way back across the Galata Bridge and saw the seafood market and we walked along to see all the fresh seafood caught ...
... perhaps the weekend or that summer and/or Eid-ul-Fitr (post Ramadan celebration) was over.
Since arriving in Istanbul we’ve noticed that MOST, though definitely not all, local women wear some sort of head covering with the Turkish derivative of this traditional Muslim garb being unique in our experience. The hijabs seemed to be more scarves, worn over a fitted skull cap, which was predominantly tucked into their covered neck line. However ...
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