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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 ...
... closed at 2.30am any way. Our poor Captain was woken by us returning, and he stayed up until the others came back. We decided since we got first dibs on sleeping up the top, that we'd sleep under the stars that night! So we grabbed our bedding and moved up top. It was pretty cool actually sleeping under the stars, it was such a still night too, so it was very calm. Well tomorrow we head to 2 different bays - Hidayet and Firnaz (where we'll spend the night) Catch ya later Andrea and ...
... category Best Open Space (Europe) by The Times because of the eco-friendly exploitation of the beach. In 2011 Dalyan and İztuzu Beach were proclaimed Best Beach Destination of Europe by Dutch holiday assessment website Zoover. The beach is well known for the Caretta caretta (Loggerhead sea turtle), an endangered species that has existed for about 45 million years. International animal protection organizations monitor and protect the turtles' nesting grounds in Turkey. ...
... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...
... to do some people watching. Fethiye was surprisingly quiet considering it's now well into the European summer, although I soon realised that it wasn't until the sun went down that this beach side town came alive. I spent the rest of my first day in Fethiye doing very little - swimming, a bit of clothes washing in the bathroom sink, net time, and early to bed with no need for dinner after filling up on kebab.
Saturday I hit the town again with my Aussie ...