Hotel Keskin Dalyan
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... it's gorgeous." "It would be,if you weren't there." Nice,I thought. "Lovely pool isn't it?" "It's too cold." I swam away,got out and went back to our tent. Later that night after a lovely meal,we made our Peace,and talking about the whole expeirance,realised that we were both suffering from heat exhaustion. The Moral of this story is to consider each other in the future,and to travel very early to beat the ...
... as velvet, sometimes slimy.
We went at the end of the day to avoid the oppressive heat and masses of bus people, which left it pretty civilized. Yet you still see all kinds of humanity when water and sun are involved. You can nail a person's nationality based solely on their ...
... truck. Apparently it is only a bus when it needs to skip the Truck queues at certain Country's borders. I understand it might be called Calypso (apparently there is a sign up on the inside I have missed).
The Truck has a lot of features, from 8 electronics charging points (remember to buy car cigarette convertible chargers) to a gas stove, safe, drinking water tank and large storage area. I have copied a picture of the ...
... Mudbath/Spa). Arriving at the Resort we walked around looking at the different facilities and weren't too impressed with the Mudbath as there were tiny dead fish and leaves floating on top of the pool. Then we thought, ah well, we came all that way why not make the most of it and hopped in, and had a ball. Washing the mud off in the colder water was a bit tough but the thermal pool was even better ...
... I doubt that my 'shoot and point' will do it justice.
According to Wikipedia:
"Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The city contains hot springs andtravertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. It is located in Turkey's Inner Aegean region, in the River ...