Yel Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of a bunch of restaurants. The deal is you buy your fish or seafood and then a restaurant nearby cooks it for you for a small fee and then makes money off the drinks and mezes (appetizers).
When we walked through, we were assaulted by touts trying to get us to buy their fish and eat at their restaurant. Nobody took no for an answer, so we left for a powwow to decide on what we wanted. I suggested we just eat somewhere else, ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... most adventurous thing we would be doing would be the hot air balloon ride in Cappadoccia, which, although I was a little nervous about was not too far outside of my comfort zone and I was looking forward to.
Well, little did I know I would be doing something much more extreme! in Oludeniz with this group of Aussies we had known for a day,Ben and I found ourselves running off the side of a perfectly good mountain! We went paragliding!! Taking ...
... we continued on to Oludeniz. We arrived at sunset to find a very picturesque beach, sand bar and lagoon, however the campsite was overrun with many many mosquitoes. Not a good sign for things to come, but they did seem to disappear a bit once it got dark. As a group we all went out for dinner and then onto play ten pin bowling. The bowling teams were prearranged by draw out of a hat, and some were not impressed by the Andrew, Nathan and Graham team of three.
... of new Facebook profile pics... we think they’re likely watching way too much America’s Next Top Model.
Once at our port, we discovered the waters weren’t much quieter at all and in fact, there was nowhere for us to dock as most boats had already come in from the rough water to seek refuge. After sitting in the harbour for quite some time, the ship heaving on the waves while our captain yelled back and forth in Turkish with a couple gentlemen on ...