Majesty Club Tuana Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... her temple and a truly huge and amazing stadium in great condition. Additionally all the magnificent statues were in a museum and easily seen and appreciated. We next had a lovely lunch in another outdoor area with a cute man playing a balalaika with a dancing parrot!!
Next we drove several hours until we reached a Greek ghost town called Kayakoy. The story behind this town was very sad indeed – as it was part of the ...
... sometimes you just need it). Sunday saw us heading along the mediterranean coast to Antalya (the biggest city along the mediterranean with 1.5 million people). On the way we stopped for a few hours at Sakllikent Gorge which is 300 metres deep and 18km's long. It is really only explorable during the summer months when it is not flowing with water. As we've just had some rain in the area, the water levels are reaching waist high at certain ...
Caught a cab to take us to the bus station so we could board a bus for Fethiye 200 K's to the west. I was surprised to see entertainment screens at the back of all the seats and a steward on board serving food and drinks as we drove along. All that for 34.-- A$ ( for two persons & Petrol costs A$ 2.62 per litre) and I could even sit back and relax and watch the scenery which I really enjoyed. The scenery on the way ...
... We even spot a little tortoise making his/her way across the dangerously exposed expanse of the ploughed field behind our cottage.
Relaxing few days, buying local produce from roadside traders - the old guy who insists we take a bit extra of this and that, even after we have paid. Pomegranates, figs, pistachio. We continue to eat well.
Kaya is on the tourist map (a little bit) for the ghost village of Levissi - hundreds ...
... the river rapid operators was standing on the bank gesturing for us to paddle over to him and get out of the water. Easily gestured than done. Trying to paddle in a fast river in the opposite way to the current is not so easy, so at times the guy had to run out in the water and pull some of us in. I was one of those.
Next we all formed a big chain holding onto each others rings, some didn't have handles so we gripped onto whatever we could and the operators started pulling ...