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Travel Blogs from Fethiye
... to the oasis of the Hotel Vanilla (highly recommended!).
The next day we prepaid ourselves for another full day of 'bus battles' only to be pleasantly pleased by what Shane called a "Different Dolmus Day". One after the other we made connections we hasn't even prepared for finding ourselves in the sleepy town of Datca at check in time. This will be our kick back before heading north to Ephesus and eventually Istanbul.
In Datca we seem ...
I had a nice few days in Akyaka with Zeki and his family. It's less busy now as most children have gone back to school but it's still scorching hot so I was able to sunbathe and swim.
On wednesday I went on a boat trip with Zeki and his sister, it was the same boat that I went on with nanny and loulou in 2010, but Zeki's distant relatives run it now so we got a big discount :) The boat stopped off at various bays and little islands so we could jump into the sea and ...
We finally made it back to the Mediterranean Sea (ok, the Aegean Sea if you want to be technical) - in a way coming full circle from Italy. However while in Italy we spent our time walking, here we'd be using more modern methods of transportation; two boat rides split up by a jeep 'safari’.
The first of our two boat trips was advertised as a ‘6-island cruise’. While we didn’t really know what to expect, a ...
... I started chatting with the new group of Busabouters who had just finished their Turkish Adventure. I was still quite buggered from the last few days and ended up going to bed early again after a nice buffet BBQ dinner.
On my last day in Turkey I decided I better try an apple tea which everyone had been raving about so I made the walk into town, found a little cafe and ordered some. It tasted just like warm apple ...
... We felt like pioneers as we 'walked the plank' off our boat, before voluntarily jumping in the water to walk to shore.
Unfortunately on our arrival, the beauty of the beach and the serenity of the surroundings were
marred by the procession of excursion boats that were lined up in the water, frantically rocking
from either side almost in time with the frenetic pace of the tourists that poured off the boat for
their designated hour on ...