Saray Hotel & Apartments
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Sad to leave beautiful Kas with it's lovely warm weather and the lovely staff at the hotel and the rooftop terrace overlooking the water. Most hotels in Turkey give you a wonderful buffet breakfast with cereals, cold meats, cheeses and salads and hot eggs and other foods too.
At this hotel we had a dinner of a vegetarian buffet with bbq chicken, fish or meat, and a soup and dessert for a really reasonable price of A$12.
Another two hour bus trip along the ...
Some of the most amazing people I met in Turkey were in this beautiful city of Fethiye. Many tourists from the UK visit, but I discovered more acting and doing as a local in the 3 weeks I was there. I taught first and second grade students conversational english at the Sehit Fethibey school. Those children and their parents were truly remarkable. I truly enjoyed teaching for ...
A lazy start to the day, after a late night dropoff from the wedding.
Wandered around the shops and had lunch with Wendy.
Had a rest, then caught up with Jamie and Emma.
Collected Derek's holiday hat from Jamie, then caught up with the others before grabbing a quick dinner and heading off to the airport.
A late night flight, then checked into the airport Holiday Inn hotel at 2am.
... discovered that all of the photos and advertisements for the lagoon indeed were the emperor's new clothes. The lagoon itself was nice, but the RV parks and unkempt all-influences surrounding it started our yearning for the compfy confines of our hotel veranda. And so we left Orludeniz, back over the mountain by mini-bus to Fethiye. On the way back, Jen spotted some Lycian tombs carved into the mountains overlooking the city, and we spent the remainder of ...
... national parks, but as per-usual, they are in perfect uniform lines, spaced at an exact length apart that is more akin to a tree farm than a natural forest. And of course, conventional industrialized agriculture with its pesticides and herbicides is a norm highly unlikely to be shaken loose anytime soon, aside from the farm I am on, but Sinan the owner is moving to Bodrum, so even that might change.
(Pictures soon to come)