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Hi Don, We have lived in Turkey for 5yrs and settled down in a town called Fethiye. Not sure if you know it!. We sold up in UK bought a piece of land and had a house built. I am at the moment sitting by the pool in shorts and any time I get homesick I just look at the UK weather forecast. If you or anyone else is in the area I would only be too happy to show them around. Tom
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Hi Don, We have lived in Turkey for 5yrs and settled down in a town called Fethiye. Not sure if you know it!. We sold up in UK bought a piece of land and had a house built. I am at the moment sitting by the pool in shorts and any time I get homesick I just look at the UK weather forecast. If you or anyone else is in the area I would only be too happy to show them around. Tom
Hi Tom,

I've been to Fethiye many times. My favorite dentist is there.

I've just had an e mail from our Danish friends who are staying at www.seahorsebeachclub.com at Oludeniz. We have spent many weeks at Bob's Beach at Oludeniz but alas it is no more.

We shall be visiting our friends about mid January after a short stop at Kusadasi and after that we will be off to Alanya to visit more friends.

Might see you about.

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Hi Don, I have just come back from a walk along the beach at Oludeniz. It ws great, all the tourists have gone and the beach was ours. Unfortunately we shall be going to UK on 27th Dec and then travelling down to southern Portugal before going along the Spanish coast to Moraira to visit friends. I would have been only to happy to show you around. If you are going along the Antalya coast road drop in at Gocek for a walk around and a meal, it has a lovely harbour. Tom
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Hi Don, We have lived in Turkey for 5yrs and settled down in a town called Fethiye. Not sure if you know it!. We sold up in UK bought a piece of land and had a house built. I am at the moment sitting by the pool in shorts and any time I get homesick I just look at the UK weather forecast. If you or anyone else is in the area I would only be too happy to show them around. Tom
We went into Fethiye, but couldn't find anywhere to stop - it's a much bigger town than we expected. We went round the peninsula near the town, tiny roads, then on to the nearby famous beauty spot/beach, (name escapes me) which we found to be far too touristy, so we moved on again - see our diary at http://www.pippins.me.uk/2008_Turkey/2008_Turkey.htm.
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Hi Don, We have lived in Turkey for 5yrs and settled down in a town called Fethiye. Not sure if you know it!. We sold up in UK bought a piece of land and had a house built. I am at the moment sitting by the pool in shorts and any time I get homesick I just look at the UK weather forecast. If you or anyone else is in the area I would only be too happy to show them around. Tom
We went into Fethiye, but couldn't find anywhere to stop - it's a much bigger town than we expected. We went round the peninsula near the town, tiny roads, then on to the nearby famous beauty spot/beach, (name escapes me) which we found to be far too touristy, so we moved on again - see our diary at http://www.pippins.me.uk/2008_Turkey/2008_Turkey.htm.
Hi Andy,

You caught Oludeniz at a bad time, it's even worse up the hill at Ovacik/Hisaronu.

We shall be spending some time at Oludeniz in January and you would not recognise the place.

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Hi Don, We have lived in Turkey for 5yrs and settled down in a town called Fethiye. Not sure if you know it!. We sold up in UK bought a piece of land and had a house built. I am at the moment sitting by the pool in shorts and any time I get homesick I just look at the UK weather forecast. If you or anyone else is in the area I would only be too happy to show them around. Tom
We went into Fethiye, but couldn't find anywhere to stop - it's a much bigger town than we expected. We went round the peninsula near the town, tiny roads, then on to the nearby famous beauty spot/beach, (name escapes me) which we found to be far too touristy, so we moved on again - see our diary at http://www.pippins.me.uk/2008_Turkey/2008_Turkey.htm.
Hi Andy,

You caught Oludeniz at a bad time, it's even worse up the hill at Ovacik/Hisaronu.

We shall be spending some time at Oludeniz in January and you would not recognise the place.

Safe travelling
Hi Don,
is the campsite still there where you can wade across the lagoon to the main beach.
20 years ago we tented on that site for a couple of weeks and our then 4 year old daughter would wade across the lagoon with the water up to her neck

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Hi Don, We have lived in Turkey for 5yrs and settled down in a town called Fethiye. Not sure if you know it!. We sold up in UK bought a piece of land and had a house built. I am at the moment sitting by the pool in shorts and any time I get homesick I just look at the UK weather forecast. If you or anyone else is in the area I would only be too happy to show them around. Tom
We went into Fethiye, but couldn't find anywhere to stop - it's a much bigger town than we expected. We went round the peninsula near the town, tiny roads, then on to the nearby famous beauty spot/beach, (name escapes me) which we found to be far too touristy, so we moved on again - see our diary at http://www.pippins.me.uk/2008_Turkey/2008_Turkey.htm.
Hi Andy,

You caught Oludeniz at a bad time, it's even worse up the hill at Ovacik/Hisaronu.

We shall be spending some time at Oludeniz in January and you would not recognise the place.

Safe traveling

Don
Hi Don,
Is the campsite still there where you can wade across the lagoon to the main beach?
20 years ago we tented there and our then 4 year old daughter would wade across the lagoon with the water up to her neck
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I would suggest you take a jar or tube of KY jelly. You can make life a lot easier for yourself if you suspect the rubber gloves are going on.
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