Keysan Yunus Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... and Brits. The staff here at the hotels say we're the first Canadians they've ever met here. Weird. Heading to Fethiye today. Credit card problem at checkout uses the rest of our cash almost. A dash to the bus to catch the next greyhound. Could take a smaller bus for half price but when 60,000lbs meets 20,000lbs the $20 difference becomes travel insurance. Not to mention ...
... fjords. Monte Carlo with a party flavour. I have attached several photographs which show this amazing place, which is truly not Turkish. Bars and nightclubs everywhere, alcohol on open display, only one mosque that I could see. To add to the beauty of the town, we were the only ship in port, hence it was not swarming with people. The Swedes took at trip up a river to some Roman ruins, said the beauty was breathtaking. We just relaxed and enjoyed the view from Deck 9 (Lido ...
... by saying I'm sure his opinion is coming from a place where he hopes I get my "happily ever after", and I wish the same for him. He came back thanking me for being a better person, but the words had already done their damage. I'm not the first person that has felt the "crazy" overcome her (or him) when faced with a breakup. Yes, I did hold onto the thought, the hope, the dreams, the memories, much, much longer than I probably should have. Instead of just letting ...