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Travel Blogs from Kale (Demre)
... because of a security risk but the contact surface is much smaller which turns out to be unfavorable in the sand. He then showed me another 2 tires with the right dimensions. But both were already used. I asked what else he wanted for it. 8% discount for a used! Definitely not.
3rd - One tire was 9 years old. You should use so old tires.
4th - Tire is mounted incorrectly. It is supposed to have a direction of rotation ...
... magnificent peaks behind the hills and valleys; still covered with some snow… we really started to fall in love with this country It was kind of a mix of France for the coast, Switzerland for the snow-covered peaks on the background and south east Asia for the tea plantations… (yes there are tea plantations on Turkey’s northern coast !!! The bus stopped a lot (nearly every 20 minutes) during the first ...
... in the little street. My little bus was having trouble trying to park adjacent to hotel due to little street. We had to go around the blocks twice in order to get that parking right. Driver failed, told us to get off the bus with luggage and the bus leave to park further away.
Having almost all day on roads, I decided to go out for walk and look around. As well to get some water. As I walked up the road, found lot of interesting things to photograph at. Those locals does ...
... Turkish words we had learned in our short trip - the words for thank you / How much? / slow / stop / water / Do you speak English? / anice-based alcohol / meatballs / tea / yogurt / etc. It's amazing how fast you can learn when you are forced to. We also thought back over the friendly people we had met, who were so patient with our poor Turkish and accommodating with our hand gestures.
... from one of the other rental
companies called the local number on our receipt and 10 minutes later, the rep from the company showed up with our car.
I should say that by this time, our discussions had regressed to mostly hand gestures. In this whole trip, most people spoke very little English, even at the hotels and touristy areas. Be sure to have a good English / Turkish phrasebook with you. We took ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed