Sunshine Holiday Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of a bunch of restaurants. The deal is you buy your fish or seafood and then a restaurant nearby cooks it for you for a small fee and then makes money off the drinks and mezes (appetizers).
When we walked through, we were assaulted by touts trying to get us to buy their fish and eat at their restaurant. Nobody took no for an answer, so we left for a powwow to decide on what we wanted. I suggested we just eat somewhere else, ...
... Monday - they had hired a car and were going to Dalyan for the day so invited us to hitch a ride. How very decent is that? We gratefully accepted - there's only so many vibrations and bumps one's derriere can cop with in a week after all.
On the cooking front in my kitchenette - that’s 2 rings and one saucepan (no lid) plus a frying pan - culinary delights have included cheese and mushroom omelettes, slow cooked lamb and ...
... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...
... hour or so up here taking photos and having some lunch, and on a keen lookout for scorpions! Horrible things!
I then made my way back down past the paragliders and onto the long descent. after some 10 mins a paraglider truck passed me and stopped, he asked if i wanted a lift. I jumped in and thanks the none english speaking man and enjoyed the rollercoaster ride back down.
Bussed it back to the hotel and then relaxed for the evening by the bar.
... by Kalkan where Ross and I wıll be comıng back to next week after our tour ıs over. It looked pretty fantastıc as well. Can't waıt to joın you Glen and Elaıne. We looked for you ın town as we drove through.
On our way ınto Fethıye (Fe - tea - ya) we stopped for lunch and a walk through an abandoned Greek town on the hıllsıde. Thıs town dates back to the 16th and ...