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Wednesday, 27 October 2010

ZAFER'S FAVOURITE MUSICS



Adele - Rolling In The Deep

Mary J. Blige - Each Tear ft. Jay Sean

Beautiful Greek island of Symi (Padi Bay)






Symi has the most beautiful harbour in Greece.On either side of a steep-sided fjord rise tier upon tier of houses, some white, some pastel yellow, but virtually all with Neo-Classical pediments - a reminder that 100 years ago this was one of Greece's most prosperous islands.

Riding a Doughnut, A pain in the ass literately!


Rhodes Castle






Greece island of Rhodes ,Beautiful place Built within the Old Town walls at the beginning of the 13th century AD by the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, it consists of 205 rooms and a conference room that often hosted summits for the European and world leaders. Today it attracts visitors from around the world as it houses the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes.

Friday, 1 October 2010

TURTLE BEACH DALYAN (Caunos)






Dalyan Caunos Town, you will need to get small river boats to start your journey up the river. Passing through meadows of flowers, edged with cypress trees and a fish farm where the fish from the lake at Koycegiz are bred. You pass by the reeds covering the lake so close that you could almost touch them. The name Dalyan means 'fishery' in Turkish and all the restaurants along the river do a roaring trade. Rounding the final bend you will find the Lycian rock tombs carved into the sheer cliff face.
The ancient city of Caunos lies on top of a hill dates from before 400 BC. A short guided tour at the site shows the theatre and acropolis. The views alone from the hilltop are stunning. Caunos was once a Mediterranean port city but over the centuries the silt from the Dalyan River choked the harbor and today the town lies several kilometers from the sea.
Further up the river there are the mud and sulphur baths. As you approach the mud pools, the smell is really bad! But you will get used to it soon as you go in to the hot mud. There was a lot of hilarity as everyone around you are covered in mud. Don't forget your cameras!
Finally, there is this famous sandy beach! A Heaven and nesting place for the endangered loggerhead turtle. They lay their eggs on this beach. Therefore you will not be allowed to use the middle section of the beach for sun-bathing or playing.