Boutique Dedem Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the amount of pushing, shoving, and people holding the line up to fiddle with their audio tours, it all got a bit claustrophobic. I called sightseeing quits after that. I found a place that did ridiculously cheap kebabs, downed a few of those, sorted out my washing and went back to the shisha place I was at last night. I've found that in this part of the world, if you frequent the same place more than once they tend to remember ...
There reports of possible protests in the Turkish cities today. We plan to stay away from the centre. We spend the morning packing the thing we will need for this week and our stay in India whilst waiting for Dream Catcher to arrive.Qe have the holdalls we bought a couple of weeks ago and our rucksacks, it doesn't look like enough space but it ...
... repeatedly insisting that Alya switches with me to sit next to him and after trying to sneak in a cheek to cheek hug too many during a maintenance stop, I grabbed our backpacks and we walked away. Since we were in the middle of nowhere we were lucky to get a quick ride from a passing car to the first town, Uzundere. We stayed in a pension here and coming from Georgia were quite shocked by the high prices of food and accommodation in this small little settlement ...
... is roped off to tourists. Still plenty of space to wander about and do what tourists do. It is also free to enter.
Turkey is far more expensive than when Steve was here 22 years ago. It's also a lot more expensive than Bulgaria or Romania. We were getting $1 beers and coffees there but here, it's more like Australian prices. Mind you, we are in the dead heart of tourist central.
We did a roof top terrace crawl in the afternoon for drinks ...
... Anzac Cove where we would spend the night camping out under the stars, and awake early to pay our respects to those that lost their lives. We packed our backpacks with everything we needed for the next 30 hours. The weather was 27 degrees during the day but got cold at night. Our group all wearing our Blue Fez hoodies managed to get a good spot on the grass that was sheltered away from any wind coming up from the shore. We lay out our sleeping bags, all very close together ...