- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in a straight line for miles with the surrounding area being relatively flat instead of being bordered by mountains. Upon arrival I jumped straight in the sea to cool down after the hot jeep ride there. Surprisingly, unlike the other water we were faced with that day, the sea was lovely and warm, almost like a hot bath! It was so nice to swim in without the initial cold shock. While swimming I took the opportunity to properly wash the mud off from the mud bath and ...
... buy with/without prescriptions Next, we got side-tracked into a darling clothes shop. Being a sultry 96+ degrees in the latter morning, it was much too hot to keep trying on clothes.... The next phase was flea market kinds of things.... and of course, Denise tasting her first "turkish delight". She ended up buying 6 or 7 assorted pieces, because she was not sure she would really like it. After gong from shop to shop, we finally got sidetracked yet again in ...
... all worthwhile. The continuous day of hitting a different club every night and tanning on sun beds during the day was perfect.
Although this holiday ended badly with almost all of our friendships falling apart, I do not regret the trip or the friendships. I had the best month in Turkey and would recommend Hisaronu/Fethiye to ...
... infectious laugh: ha HA haaaaaaa. Left Kekova at 1708.
The day reminded me of what I sense cruising the Greek isles in a comparable boat would be like. So much of the success of such a trip would be the group.
Some land turtles were the highlight of the return trip. In the home stretch, decided on another restaurant and 1930 dinner. Showered to desalinate, getting some of the journal done before my guests, the Canberra Crowd, arrived. Chatted ...
... yet, I’m not expecting more than a few tenacious backpackers who are getting an early start on summer…boy was I wrong! We walk out on the beach and around the big rock outcropping with the hole in it that is the most awesome photo spot you could imagine, except the hole is plugged with hippie back packers. And I can smell them from 30 yards away. Who sets up camp in the photo spot? Who does that? Backpackers. So we walk around the rock outcropping and find a ...