Fame Residence Goynuk
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Our free day in Antalya, yeah! We got up and had a relatively leisurely breakfast for us, 8am. After a bit of organising we headed off to explore the old city of Antalya which is about a 10 minute walk from our hotel. The weather is stunningly good - clear blue skies and sunshine - so everyone is in a good frame of mind and happy to be wandering around outside. The old town was established between 138-159 BC (just ...
... hot springs of course and created an enormous bathhouse just next to the white terraces. Fangio, our driver, took us to the top of the terraces so that we could walk down the face of the terraces. You are able to walk the terraces so long as you remove your shoes because shoes may compromise the white colour. Can't imagine being able to do that in NZ - everything would be roped off. The white surface ...
... past a hairdressers with two young guy hairdressers doing girls hair, so I asked if they could give me a shampoo and cut. Lots of hand actions as they had no English. It's 10 weeks since I had a haircut in Florence!
I went back an hour later and the other guy who had no English either, was going to do my hair. I managed to convey to him I wanted a shampoo and cut. Again lots ...
Çireli This is our unplanned trip. Since the hotel guy turned us down we decided to stay just two days in Kas. That is how we ended up in this small town called Çireli. We took a bus from Kas's otogar to Antalya. There were not direct buses there. We were dropped in the highway and waited for a minibus. We drove into a dirt road between two mountains. It didn't look nice. I was a bit nervous about our last minute decision. Çireli is ...
I have finally decided travel around the Middle east from my hometown in Antalya. While I am walking I see these beautiful Mosques that I have never seen before. I see so many Turkish, Persian, Syrian, and Asian merchants trading and exchanging goods with each other. When i asked my fellow friend Guven, he said most of the imports come from Europe, India, Iran, and Asia. I also notice the townspeople seem very busy trading goods with ...