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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 ...
Our hotel in Fethiye (Marina Vista) is overlooking some spectacular yachts berthed in the marina, so dinner on Friday night under the moonlight and over the water lapping underneath us was wonderful. Saturday was a lazy start of 10.15am which saw 18 of the 24 of us spend the day on our own yacht. We had a choice between 50 Lira ($25AUD) to board a public boat with a capacity of 150 people, or 75 Lira ($37AUD) for our own private ...
... from the internet so you can see a bit of the area.)
After hiking around, we went back to the van and continued our ride to Fethiye. It took about 3 hours to get there, but was a great drive. It is very similar to Big Sur - roads along the curves of the mountains with precipitous drops to the ocean. The only difference is that the ocean is an amazing aquamarine color.
We stay in Fethiye for the next two days so will have more to report then!
... called "POOOOOL" it would result in about 10 people jumping in and taking cover!
At 2pm we jumped on the bus and head to a carpet factory. It was really well done and they showed us the whole process of how they are made. Although at the end of the day you knew the sales pitch was coming. 3 people in the group bought something so I guess they had a successful group.
Rolling into Fethiye at around 5 we checked into our hostel and our last night on ...
... dancers included a belly dancer and a group of dancers in traditional Turkish outfits. The belly dancer was very encouraging and got a lot of crowd members involved. Erin was pulled up at one stage and attempted to belly dance but despite her recent attempts to eat lots and bulk up a bit she still lacked the 'belly' required for the 'belly dancing'. After our dancing we strolled back to the boat for our final night.
Saturday morning we said bon voyage ...