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The English Turkish Riviera

The less said about the bus journey from Goreme to Marmaris, the better. Suffice it to say that thirteen hours on a bus that gradually became more crowded, more overheated, and more malodorous throughout the night was not one of the more comfortable nights I have had to endure. They try their...

permalink written by  BenWH on April 29, 2009 from Marmaris, Turkey
from the travel blog: Gap Year Odyssey



Day 14

This was a leisure day. Mark and I took advantage of what we were paying for at our resort . . . a pool with a beautiful view, a clean beach, and men in white shorts and tee-shirts catering to our every need for towels, drinks, food, etc. I finished my third book of the trip and began another....

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on June 15, 1996 from Marmaris, Turkey
from the travel blog: Turkey and Greece (1996)



Day 13 (Continued)

Five hours of traveling again, but the scenery was much better . . . first rather agrarian, with the now-familiar donkey carts and millet women, then mountainous with pine trees and beautiful pink flowers which filled the gorges as though they were rivers. It was all a sham, however, as...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on June 14, 1996 from Marmaris, Turkey
from the travel blog: Turkey and Greece (1996)



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