Travel Blogs from Fethiye
For a place where villagers are likely to make little in income, where restaurants have only been introduced in the last ten years, and chickens, cows, goats and sheep are always in the middle of the road, it is surprising to find that almost everyone here uses solar power for water heating. They may not be able to afford lots of things beyond what …
Bussed to Fethiye in the daytime over mountain passes that are in a state of reforestation (which is a great idea given the dry conditions). High rugged mountains with a very good highway slashing it's way through the passes. Strange to see the trees growing in straight lines up the mountainside. The ridges are bare strips of dirt...probably a deliberate fire guard. Forest fire is a problem in this area.
fethiye is, in my mind, England/Germany with ...
It has been the most amazing week. I feel like I have had a holiday from my holiday. Kas is a wonderful little town on the sea. When I walk around, the locals say hi and ask me if I remember them from the other day. The owner of the pension calls me his longest staying guest. I think he might just have assumed that I moved in. I could easily do that. I love it here.
Within the town, I have been for a number of walks. There is not too much to see or ...
... shop asking what the best way to see the gorge was, and were told we could either take local transit or go on a Jeep Safari. We opted for the jeep safari, as we thought it would be more fun than sitting in a van all day; mistake number one. Although tin can and string phones haven’t been used in a while, the tour agency and the safari company must still use them, as the message we were going was not received. We were told we’d ...
... a night out with live Turkish music. The tickets into the club were 25$ each, but we thought we would go anyway. When we walked into the club we were the only white people there. IT was an experience to see their nightlife and hear their music, although it was hard to enjoy because we couldn't understand what they were singing. When the artist would Tell jokes everybody would laugh but we had no clue what he was saying For all we know they could have ...
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