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... side. Took a selfie at the top to prove I'd made it.
- Took a minibus to the town on Kayakoy. It's a "ghost town" originally inhabited by christian Greeks, who abandoned it eventually after persecution from the muslim Turks.. Read the history in Wikipedia if interested. Unfortunately I repeated my mistake of previous day and unable to see the path up, hopped ...
Having left Singapore at 6:40 am Tuesday morning, I arrived in Marmaris, Turkey about 11 am this morning (Wednesday) - roughly 36 hours in that travel leg, taking account of time differences. I am looking forward to bed tonight - my first night's sleep in a bed since last Sunday night. I was somewhat anxious about travelling Malaysian Airlines, but actually it was quite good - the A380 was only ...
... and over fifty Christian tombs. One of the churches was cut directly from the rock at the island's highest point, and is located directly at the western end of the processional walkway. Modern archaeologists believe that the island may be the location of St. Nicholas' original tomb. The traditional Turkish name for the island is Gemiler Adası, meaning "Island of Boats", with St. Nicholas being the patron saint of sailors; the island was also referred to as St. ...
... 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. ...
... the largest in Turkey at 18km long. The Gorge was awesome - the water at the beginning is literally freezing, which was seriously torturous as I waded through to the muddy path that would lead me through the gorge. I managed to climb over some difficult sections and probably a good 3 or 4 ks into the gorge over a period of about 2 hours, but after one unco rock climber holding up the crowd too many, I decided I would head back, satisfied I had seen enough.