Sea Breeze Apart Hotel
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... terms "hangover" and "hair of the dog" and they seemed to get it. If we could do it over again we would actually skip the mainstream stuff like the ruins and get a more local intimate look at the villages and produce. We did have an accidental encounter with some blokes harvesting olives which was interesting. The swim was great. Warm water and clear as crystal. And no one else on the beach. Had a beach side beer and fish (tuna which looked like minute steak but was ...
... the 4th century AD/ During that time many structures were built or modified by the Romans. A huge amphitheater was built (modified) on the preceding Greek theatre. A fountain was built in front of the amphitheater. A Roman Bath was built. In the following byzantine period a round dome-church was built.
Caunos was initially a port city but over the centuries the port silted up so that the city was no longer on the ...
... was gratefully received - the suitcases aren't getting any lighter - proving yet again the kindness of Turkish people.
If you’ve not been to Turkey before, we urge you to consider Dalyan as a potential holiday spot - a great intro to this wonderful country, just over 3 hours’ flight to Dalaman which is less than 40 minute transfer to Dalyan. Based on currency exchange at the moment and for the last year, it’s a fab exchange rate ...
... they're otherwise inaccessible from land. I was able to get some pretty good pictures (thanks to that zoom lens, Dad!) and was able to see a few other monuments that I didn't know were there since they're not usually photographed, so all in all I think the day was a success.
The rest of the day had its ups and downs, however. We started off sailing to a spot near the lake that has been used at least since the Roman period as a hot springs/mud bath healing ...
... is just the crunching of boots as we walk towards our first stop the local cultural centre. D on't get excited... this is just a set of "humpies" but with a eclectic display of traditional Turkish home wares and clothing. We enjoy gozleme and Ayran (yoghurt drink) and listen to the joyful laughter of our hosts as they feed us luscious figs. As we leave the call to prayer is sent out...an ethereal sound as we walk up towards the dusty road towards ...