On the advice of the Rough Guide, the best way to see the Oludeniz was from the top of a mountain and the hike.
This was on my first holiday with my new boyfriend, so
Bread was baking in the outdoor clay oven adjacent to the old mill, where the elderly Turkish couple live. Note the white "collection" bowl beside his grinding wheel.
I took a long hike that was worth the effort, in spite of the fact that the rest of my shipmates relaxed and slept. From the top of a hill, I sat and wondered if this
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I like the beautiful mountain views here. I went 50km to see two other places, Asagikayacik and Ortakayacik, in half a day. I live in Aydin, which is in western Turkey,