The Watermill

Address: Hisaronu Mah. No:4, Oludeniz, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, TR 48300, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hisaronu Mah. No:4, Oludeniz, is near Oludeniz, Calis Beach, Ancient Rock Tombes, and Gemiler Island.
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        HydroFoil to Rodos-Rhodes.

        A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 12, 2015

        4 comments, 8 photos

        ... gesture. Mostly we learned to be patient just like the Turks. It seldom pays to rush through anything. Well, I guess emergencies are the exceptions. So many great people like Volcan the day clerk at our last hotel. Or Vely at Pamukkale. Moza in Goreme. The lute-playing Ali who made tea for us and then played his lute for us on his patio at his guesthouse in Istanbul. Can't say enough about Turkish hospitality. And culture. And geography. Wonderful place. Sad to ...


        A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 10, 2015

        6 photos

        ... America's longest running democracy until the USA -Reagan Administration- assisted Augusto Pinochet in his military takeover in 1972. Lisa and I only have two days left here until -weather permitting- we catamaran over to Rodus- Rhodes- Greece. Today is the big Sunday market here which might sound dangerous in light of yesterday's horrible bombings in Ankara, but as Lisa pointed out to me its no more dangerous than attending a movie or college in the ...

        A very wet day!

        A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 11, 2014

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... met again by freezing cold water! Most people were wearing sturdy shoes so were able to walk through the pool at the bottom of the waterfall across the gorge. I, however, wasn’t so sensible and was wearing flip flops. After seeing several singular flip flops drifting down stream as we walked to the waterfall, I thought it’d be best to give wading through the fast-flowing river a miss. Instead I sat on a rock and paddled, taking in the beautiful scenery ...

        The Top of the World!

        A travel blog entry by departureatl on Jun 12, 2012

        6 photos

        ... out. The best part? No one in the first group waiting in town had a cell phone on. An hour or two later, the crew got the dingy working and went set off to get them. Oh well, we would see the city in the morning.

        The next morning, we got ready for round two of the dingy trip into town. The second time, it went much better! Once we were all in town, we decided to sign up for parasailing and grab a snack. Though breakfasts on the boat were good, they usually ...


        A travel blog entry by dkthoreau on Dec 07, 2011

        1 comment

        ... olives up and down a hill. Late night runs to the olive oil factory where we sat and drank small glasses of black tea. Brightly-colored canvases covered open-back trucks. We climbed ragged ladders and heaved trunks of giant cypress over a barbed wire fence. We ate goat ice cream that tasted of rubbery burnt peanuts. And we all parted ways, better than we had been before, grown if we'd only known how much.