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A girls weekend away is essential for our sanity and that of our men. When you all live on a Greek island where do you go for a weekend away? Find out more on the official Turkish e-Visa site. The trip across on the hyrdrofoil is an experience in itself. I love the fact that google maps thinks we are walking there! We arrived at the International ferry port nice and early to collect our tickets from the booth. Just sitting having chatting and watching people turn up it felt like the holiday had started. With our duty free bags and and weekend bags we headed onto the Flying Poseidon.
We arrived hobbling a little and the staff were brilliant. They helped get our bags on board, hand us down the steep steps and little ramp, any suitcases and large bags are stored at the front until you disembark. Inside the ship is more like a plane, with rows of seats. Finding lots of room and a table to deposit our bags we then went out onto the small back deck area. It was a great spot to watch Rhodes harbour disappear behind us and soon we were speeding along heading closer to the coast of Turkey.
Before we knew it we could see the coast and island just outside Fethiye.
In the distance there was still some snow on the mountains. The journey took an hour and a half, it felt a little bit like being in a vehicle from Thunderbirds. Note: The hydrofoils can be cancelled at a moments notice if the weather is bad. I have also heard they often down due to maintenance as they are very old now.
Though I have heard stories of a passenger being transferred from one to the other, in the middle of the Aegean, when they Chat with hot girls Fethiye to get on the wrong one once. Then you go through a very small outside area where they have customs and passport control. We were soon out and walking towards the taxi rank when we realised none of us had actually checked where the hotel was. We really were in holiday mode. We asked a very bemused taxi driver if he could take us to our hotel, he smiled called a friend and they grabbed most of our luggage and walked us around the corner into an older part of the town and souq, down a short lane lined with cafe tables and chairs to the Infinity Boutique Hotel.
Soon we were checked in and checking out our rooms, originally there were 6 of us going but 2 had to drop out, although the hotel had been informed we only needed twin rooms we were still allocated a double and single in each room. We had asked if the rooms provided tea and coffee making equipment but that never managed to translate and appear. There was a mini fridge, a good supply of toiletries in the bathrooms and a small balcony.
I quickly took a picture of the room before we wrecked it and a few snaps out on the balcony of the view.
The hotel was right in the centre of the old town and souq, really close to the main bar street and restaurants, a bar opposite at the same level as our room was busy and loud. Each room was on a different floor at the front and though we each had times that we were kept awake, we knew about that from the reviews on Trip Advisor and so expected it. All the staff were friendly and helpful and it had a working lift elevator. There were chairs and tables in the alley ways at the back and front of the hotel, they were both great places to sit and people watch a little. Breakfast was a buffet with a mix of European and Turkish food.
There was always something a little spicy and great Turkish bread. Oh, and the coffee was really good. Would I recommend the hotel? There was a mixture of nationalities staying at the hotel with the majority being Turkish. Over the weekend a very large group checked in who appeared to be on a college trip to the area, although it meant breakfast was busy the staff coped and there was plenty of food. It had a lively fun atmosphere with friendly helpful staff. This though is what we actually did. We were a mixed group, mixed capabilities and mixed interests.
Fethiye managed to keep us all entertained for a 5 night long girls weekend away. Well, it was a girls weekend away after all so there had to be some shopping. There is good selection of restaurants, parks and fountains. Lots of benches under white pergolas with pink bougainvillaea to sit and watch the world go by. There was a war memorial right on the harbour, beautifully carved and decorated. Close by were huge white ballerinas were dancing in fountains near the cultural centre of Fethiye.
We found a pelican along the way and the dog watering stations. We saw several dogs around the area, that Chat with hot girls Fethiye ear tags and collars and all appeared to well fed and looked after. The weather was great for walking, a little cloud cover kept it a little cooler, though it was still warm enough for shorts. I can imagine that the place gets very hot in the height of summer as the whole bay is very well protected. There was also lots of wandering to do around the bazaar area of the old town, find out more about that over on my piece all about shopping in Fethiye coming soon.
Carved into the side of the hills above the city are the Lycian Tombs, easy to access and a great morning out, check my picture post of the Fethiye tombs with a little history thrown in coming soon. The little boats ran from 10 am every half hour and cost us 6TL for the one way trip. As we were there in late April early May it was very quiet and there were only 8 passengers.
It is lined with restaurants bars and cafes. Lots of them were selling fish and chips and English breakfast. We found a place that did traditional food and had some shade on the terrace. Although it was too early in the year for swimming it was warm enough to need sunscreen.
Amazon Affiliate link. With the mix of cultures that have always made their way the through Turkey the food is a melting pot of Mediterranean, Middle East, North African and European cuisines with a unique Turkish twist. We loved everything about the food. We were a mixed bunch when it came to food with lots of different likes, dislikes and even foods that needed avoiding. Check out my post on places to eat in Fethiye coming soon.
Fethiye was a great location for a girls weekend away, with lots to do, see and explore. There was something for everyone. Check out my 1 0 Tips for Girls Travelling to Turkey. The trip back was on the Flying Poseidon leaving Fethiye at 9am, early morning is a great time to see any harbour with the water still and the day not yet quite awake.
We had lots of extra bags from all that shopping and the staff on the hydrofoil were very helpful getting everything on board. Soon we were back on the back of the ship. Another hydrofoil left just after us. Passing a large island across the entrance to the bay we watched the coast disappear quickly behind us as the ship built up speed.
We left Rhodes at 4. The return journey left at 9 am and arrived back in Rhodes at If would like to help keep it going, please consider popping something in the tip jar, thank you.
Such a nice trip! Seems like you had a great time. You visited many places I never heard of. That looks like a brilliant trip. Plenty of options for everyone to do their own thing, and it sounds very laid back, friendly and not at all crowded when you went. Thank you. It was very early season so would be interesting to see how busy it is when I go back next month.
What a great trip!
So much information here — makes me want to jump on that hydrofoil right now Ps. Love the photo at the tomb lol. That was a girls trip done well! Seems pretty reasonable too! Looking forward to your post on tips for girls traveling to Turkey!
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