Saray Hotel & Apartments

Address: Hisaronu Sokak, Hisaronu, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hisaronu Sokak, Hisaronu, is near The Great Mosque (Ulu Camii), Green Mosque (Yesil Camii), Green Tomb (Yesil Turbesi), and Muradiye Complex.
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Travel Blogs from Hisaronu

Sea Sultans

A travel blog entry by trockie on May 19, 2011

... chips here, as it would be utter culinary blasphemy to make that comparison. This fried fish had the most delicate of batter and did not taste fried in the least. In fact it was perfectly cooked with the result tasting more baked than fried. Delicious, delectable, truly scrumptious. I am reading about each step of our journey in a magazine called "The Bay Express" and, based upon tonight's affair, must take issue with the very first three sentences which reads ...

This Modern Place

A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Feb 04, 2011

... girls agreed, saying that most people in Turkey are, in general, not as devout.Being a teacher at a private language school has afforded me the great opportunity to hear a range or opinions from Turkish atheists to 15 year old girls who have decided to cover their bodies with a black garment for the rest of their lives. Their interactions border constantly on a mix of respect and suspicion, tolerance and a strong desire for the other ...


A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Dec 13, 2010

... an Elementary group when I first arrived - it was a total disaster. And I thought this would be the same. I taught the group tonight, and it was a completely different experience. The group was loud, noisy, talkative, aloof, funny, energetic - and from the first minute I demonstrated that they had better show me some respect, or we would get nowhere. And we established a a good, even great level of interaction. My Turkish ...

Busy busy

A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 10, 2010


Well it has a been a few days since my last entry on the account of a lack of web access and more potently, time. Teaching, preparing, teaching, preparing is how it's been going, and when I'm not doing those things, and I'm wandering the streets and markets or hanging in the apartment where I can't respond to emails and such. Within a week is supposedly when that will change, but we'll see how the logistics work out.

On more important notes. The amount of support that ...

Travertines, Turkish Baths, and Whirling Dirvishes

A travel blog entry by noalarmclocks on Jun 01, 2009

1 comment, 42 photos

... in Seattle and
handed the phone to Gail! Even after that exchange, we became
concerned when our food took about 30 minutes to prepare.

What arrived was a huge feast! We had salad, eggplant, a gigantic pan of
tomato bulgar wheat, and cold buttermilk (an acquired taste, we
think!). The three of us decided that it was just going to be our
big meal of the day! He was very friendly and we learned that he had
once been a caretaker in the ...