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... was featured in the closing scene of Russell Crowe's movie, "The Water Diviner".
- Hiked to the hillside tombs ( see pix ) The tombs have long ago been robbed. ( Note to children - don't spend any money or effort on your parents burial! )
- Took a walk through the boat yards budding and maintaining the gulets. It is staggering how much the ...
... freezing cold river. A group of us, went for a walk up the George instead where you are encouraged to rub the mud into your skin after you've waded through thigh high freezing water.
Our hotel is very nice and puts on a decent buffet dinner each night. Although this buffet system here seems to be, they put the food out at 7pm and once it runs out, that's it. No replenishment and it's not kept warm.
Had a nice chat with Leo and Lauren from Sth Africa after ...
... purely for the views as the rooms are pretty average and I'm sure the carpet hasn't been cleaned since the 16th century. I dropped a coin and had to look under the bed for it, which was an experience in itself! The only saving grace is that the bath didn't leak all over the floor when I took a shower.The common areas are quite nice though and it has a lovely large pool where we had a swim this afternoon but the rooms themselves are very old and tired and extremely basic ...
... all worthwhile. The continuous day of hitting a different club every night and tanning on sun beds during the day was perfect.
Although this holiday ended badly with almost all of our friendships falling apart, I do not regret the trip or the friendships. I had the best month in Turkey and would recommend Hisaronu/Fethiye to ...
... Therefore neither of us spent much time in our room, pretty much just a place for us to put our luggage.
Every day was spent sailing to another amazing bay or harbour. There were frequent swimming stops, it was a sunbathers paradise and plenty of wildlife to look at. The water was the clearest blue/green colour ever! It was always so warm and salty that we never had to worry about not staying afloat.
Over the eight days we went so ...