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Travel Blogs from Dalyan
... ourselves in a tourist spot for the Turkish people. Very little English spoken here. The town is quaint and unspoiled. Set in a stunning bay overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The other side of this narrow peninsula is the Aegean Sea.
So here, in this sleepy fishing village, we will walk, swim, read and rest. The whole area is brimming with history.....but the only thing to cross off our list is leisure. Can't imagine a better place to do it.
One of the islands we stopped at was called Cleopatra Island which has a lot of ancient ruins, when I went on the boat trip with nanny and loulou we didn't go on this island as there is an entrance fee. However this time we didn't have to pay the entrance fee as we had family discount, so we walked around the island. There were so many chickens on the island it was amazing, I made a chicken friend on the beach but I think he was using me to get to the cake I was eating. ...
... uses reel-to-reel projectors (forgive me if we still use those in North America, I’m not up to speed on protectionism) thus there was short intermission while they switched the reel; a first in our movie watching experiences.
Up next, our final days in Turkey - highlights will include Cappadocia, but more importantly giving Turkish Coffee another go, due to Tyler Helmuth’s suggestion.
Denny and ...
... the dough is rolled out incredibly thinly about the size of a hula hoop that is folded with topping inside, today we went for one lmon and sugar and one chocolate and banana. 8TL in total ($5) and we picked up more fruit (cherries, grapes, peaches) for the next couple of days.
Got back about 1.30 and headed for the pool (the temperature thing at the roundabout in Orteca said 37). Next door there is a wedding. The grooms family lives there and a day ...
... Quote of the day: “Where do the old people stay? I want to stay there.”
So Long My Dear Friend and Long-Lost Love, Deniz
On to the next chapter, bitterly. We vowed to return to Deniz (the Sea) as soon as possible and continued around the coast. We stopped at Kaş (the other major destination in this area). The town itself isn’t as beautiful as Kalkan, but the setting is more dramatic. It is also probably ...