For our last day of the trip we had a walk around Antalya Old Town where we first came across the Hidirlik Tower (an old defence tower)… … and then the Old Bazaar. When we went down to the harbour a guy really wanted us to come on his boat for a round trip along […]Read more "Last day of our trip (Antalya, Turkey)"
Our last beach day was at Olympos beach with beautiful clear water but a lot of people on the beach. On the way to Antalya we were really lucky to get picked up by three climbing guys who gave us a ride all the way. We stayed in the “famous” Star Pension in Antalya Old […]Read more "Olympos beach & Antalya, Turkey"
Gab is trying to get a ride for us! Yesterday wasn’t the most successful hitchhicking day but we eventually got a pharmacist who was just racing along to give us a ride. After we arrived in Olympos I had a quick swim at the beach and then we went to visit some of its famous […]Read more "Olympos & Chimaera flame, Turkey"
In the morning we left Kalkan to go to Kaputas beach, which turned out to be the right decision. It’s truely one of the nicest beaches in Turkey that we have visited! So we spent the entire day there before going to Kas. Kas is a nice little village but there wasn’t much to do […]Read more "Kaputas beach & Kas, Turkey"
A last picture of our hitchhicking board before we left it behind: Finally a proof that we actually did some camping on our trip (although the tent is already half deconstructed). Thanks to Sebi & Sascha for the big tent 😉 That is the blue lagoon where we spent most of our day before leaving […]Read more "Beach day at the blue lagoon in Ölüdeniz, Turkey"
Most of the day we spent at the nice bay of Aktur with crystal clear water and surprisingly mostly old people living there. Later that day we went to Dalyan to see the kings tombs which are carved right into the rock. It’s a shame though that it is forbitten to visit them directly, so […]Read more "Beach day in Aktur and Dalyan, Turkey"
The next day Alper and his girlfriend didn’t quite want to let us go yet, so we went to visit the impressive Apollo Temple in Didim. It was even after 100 years of construction never fully completed! On the way to Marmaris we got a fride from some guys who seemed to take a picture […]Read more "Apollon Temple in Didim and Marmaris, Turkey"