Simena Holiday Village

Ceylan Turizm Ä°ÅŸletmeleri Sanayi ve Tic., Camyuva, Antalya Province, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, 07990, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ceylan Turizm ─░┼čletmeleri Sanayi ve Tic., Camyuva.
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    Travel Blogs from Camyuva

    Cruising, day 2

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... Aussies, and New Zealanders love their tea time.:) Dinner, at 9 pm, is grilled chicken, salad, rice, grilled peppers, melon, bread. We gobble it up, because we have had such a rough day. LOL

    Life on the boat consists of sunbathing, reading, sleeping, swimming, and of course, eating and drinking! Getting used to the eating schedule with breakfast around 9 am, lunch around 2, tea at 5 and dinner at 9, is ...

    Pamakkale - Oludeniz

    A travel blog entry by antsmac on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... our hyroslide complex at our own campsite. Some sweet sides hey had too, one which was big enough for two people that the guys ignore the rule of don't go head first, and then tried to get down faster and faster each time, clearly terrorising the young children trying to use it too! We headed out of town - coast bound to the town of feitthye. Fuel stop not far away and the locals were obsessed about getting us to go through the free car wash with petrol purchase, as owen ...

    A bad experience turns out great :)

    A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... couldn't wander around like she always does and we stayed sitting or laying down the whole trip. We stopped at some places to swim. Then she took a nap. I slept too (it was nice). In one of our swimming stops a small old boat approached us with a very old couple (maybe in their 80's). The husband was rowing and the wife was offering some handicraft. I couldn't resist to buy some thing from her. I couldn't stop asking "what are they doing there in the middle of ...

    A beach bigger than its town

    A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 02, 2014

    Patara After our time in Olüdeniz it was time to go to Patara. We got back to Fethiye and asked the driver to leave us at the otogar. Once there we asked for a bus to Patara but there were none going directly there. We had to take a bus to Kas. The driver left us next to the road and told us to wait there for a mini bus to Patara. We sat down in the dirty road next to a truck selling ...

    Fairy Chimneys, Pigeon Houses and Turkish Delights

    A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 10, 2014

    25 photos

    ... We share the cake and some Raki, the traditional Turkey beverage made from grapes and anise .... potent .... even when water is added .... Our last day in Cappadocia is spent driving through the southern, quieter areas. Throughout this area there are a number of cave churches and a monastery which were built by the early Christians. Dated back to the 4th century AD, these churches certainly pay testament to the faith of these survivors. Keslik Monastery, built in ...