Yel Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... landing it's like a major airport with no tower. It's every glider for himself. They're pretty fxxxxx good at it too. It's a special moment. Shops and restaurants and people-it's Sunday. There's Brits and Germans and.... but the incredible location combined with colourful canopies floating off the surrounding mountains makes it worth the short bus ride. A swim in the aqua blue waters with a parked schooner left there just for us. Lisa says "i love this! I ...
... ride". A decent sized twin mast schooner. It's a fun trip with annoying tourists that stops at 4 locations and includes a decent lunch. We cruise we swim we eat. It's a pleasant way to spend an October day. All is not well though. 70 people died in Ankara today at a peace rally. Turkey is not without its problems. Fundamentalism is alive and well here. Here it's religious. At home in Canada it's economics. Oil must flow at all cost No matter the ...
A lazy start to the day, after a late night dropoff from the wedding.
Wandered around the shops and had lunch with Wendy.
Had a rest, then caught up with Jamie and Emma.
Collected Derek's holiday hat from Jamie, then caught up with the others before grabbing a quick dinner and heading off to the airport.
A late night flight, then checked into the airport Holiday Inn hotel at 2am.
... Kas. My favorite day was the third. We sailed early in the morning to Butterfly Valley, so we woke up to a stunning beach with amazing turquoise water. We all went swimming and snorkeling for the morning, and our crew caught fish for our lunch with their bare hands! They mixed bread with a flower found in the valley that made the fish pass out when they ate it...but we didn’t know that at first so thought they were super skilled fisherman! ...
... national parks, but as per-usual, they are in perfect uniform lines, spaced at an exact length apart that is more akin to a tree farm than a natural forest. And of course, conventional industrialized agriculture with its pesticides and herbicides is a norm highly unlikely to be shaken loose anytime soon, aside from the farm I am on, but Sinan the owner is moving to Bodrum, so even that might change.
(Pictures soon to come)