Diva Residence Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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This story is by Julie
I was lead to believe Ozgul means Tailor in Turkish. I know this by first hand experience.
After purchasing a dress in the local town of Kas I noticed the next day the inside seam quite torn. Gayle and I were heading back to do some retail therapy that evening so dropped into the store. They were sorry . Good start I thought. I like the dress and as they had no other to replace it and with limited language skills I knew they ...
... at. It's quite dead here, but fortunately it's supposed to warm up. We've had nothing but horrible cold since we arrived in Antalya and it's about time. We looked at a couple panziones and then an oceanfront hotel. That was closed for the season, so we were tired of lugging our bags around these hills and settled on a place. That's what you had to do before the internet and cell phones! It's actually the first time we have done that on this ...
... pureed onion/garlic and a squeeze of tomato ketchup and chopped parsley for light fluffy meatballs, yum) On the alcohol front, Graham is limiting himself to one beer a day (seriously) and I am not drinking wine, little travel resolution of mine to help lose weight, aid wellbeing and save dosh. In fact, one week in, not a drop of alcohol has passed my lips - it’s the latest craze, Fatimah Detox, for those on a budget.
Coming to Kas ...
... city that was built along both banks of a river, in a deep ravine. Olympos seemed so much more alive under moonlight, as if it were still a real city sleeping, and that when the dawn broke people would emerge, and go about their business. Vivid imaginings!
Then it was off to Fethiye (pronounced fet-e-yah), another resort town, but unlike Antalya, bestowed with a sizeable UK expat community, meaning it was business as usual for the tourist infrastructure. ...
... br> Why wouldn't I pay money to do that?! Fantastic.
We didn't bring cameras again, because there was no way to keep them dry in the canyon. So I only have before and after shots for now...the guides take photos with waterproof cameras and then sell you a CD afterwards. I'll try to load more action shots from Tracy's computer later, as hers has the CD driver.