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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... food and drinks, and jump straight into the water from the platforms. We intended on staying for 2 days but it was so lovely there we, and our new Australian friends, ended up staying for 5.
After finally managing to drag ourselves away from Kas we headed to Olympos, a hippy hideaway further down the coast where we stayed in ‘tree houses’ (that were actually just bungalows) in the bush. We had two days there chilling out, ...
The Prince's Islands (see extract)
"The Princes’ Islands (Kızıl Adalar or just Adalar) are a chain of nine rather small islands in the Sea of Marmara. They evolved from a place of exile during the Byzantine era, to a popular destination for tourists and Istanbulites alike to escape the hectic city life for a day. Of those nine islands, only four of them are open to the public: BŁyŁkada, the biggest and most popular, Burgazada, ...
... and we would end up with 15 litres of 4* in the footwell!
Having got the car we then had to navigate back into the centre of the city to the hotel. Istanbul drivers take no prisoners and the driving is pretty aggressive. Fortunately the traffic was pretty heavy so it was slow glowing and we got home without any issues. Tomorrow we have to re-pack the car and we will really 'begin' and we're off to Ankara.
Back in the Big City
This morning we flew back to Istanbul for one more day in Turkey. By the time we got out of the airport it was lunch time. We were excited to see where Oscar would bring us this time. He took us to a popular restaurant in Old Town Istanbul, renowned for their kabobs. Once again, Oscar delivered.
Then we went to Hagia Sophia, or Ayasofya in Turkish, a museum that was originally a Greek ...
... by ferry and onto our hotel in Channakale. The place we stayed at was the hotel that is completely booked out by the Australian and New Zealand governments every year for Anzac Day. The following day it was off to the City of Troy and 'that' horse. It was big and fake but man did the crowds flock. After walking through the city walls, we were to discover that certian ruins discovered in Turkey were missing important pieces. The city of Troy was discovered by ...