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... months of travel and the last few weeks have been really cold. The weather turned a little warmer - in the 50's F or 13-15 C. We didn't care that it rained almost every day. At least we weren't freezing!
We splurged a little on a nice room at the Orka Hotel. It's maybe a 4 star quality hotel. After a little haggling, they wouldn't come down on the already low off-season price but they upgraded our room to a suite. We loved ...
... we are always aware of the motion of the water. Due to the rough water in the morning, we are unable to visit Butterfly Valley, as its a beach landing with the dingy would not be up to the journey. The few of us that have ventured above deck quickly glance the majestic valley which stretches all the way to the beach, as we make our way to the safe harbour of Oludeniz instead. Sheltered in the calm waters of the natural inlet ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... to the beach below. The area's generous wind currents and scenery make it a world-renowned spot for these types of sports, although we did not venture up the mountainside to give it a try. Instead, we decided to wander the beach and make our way to the heralded blue lagoon, located toward the end of the large inlet. The beach at Orludeniz is a mix of sand and rock - not one of the finer beaches we've seen, and as we walked further toward "God's great gift", ...
... Pudding and all!). It has a small rocky beach, PACKED when we tried to go (I confess I was now SPOILED and grumpy about that). We planned to do a boat tour to Kekova and Kayak over the sunken city. It turns out it is an all-day thing and it’s still crazy hot, so we decided to do the tourist thing for once: we wandered the piers to find a day boat to take us out. We talked to a few, checked out the boat configurations. At ...