Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Turkey Holidays: Boat Trips and Attractions

THINGS TO SEE & DO IN TURKEY : Boat Trip to Kekova

Kekova Island

Kekova Island lies only a few hundred metres offshore and only became
an island when the level of the Mediterranean rose in the early part of
the first millennium. As the water flooded in, it swallowed the ancient
city that thrived here.The boat sails in to view what remains of Batikkent
(the 'sunken city'), but archaeologists haven’t yet identified which city it
actually was. More Turkey Holidays:

The island is protected as an ancient site so no one is allowed to set foot
on it, but your boat will get in close to shore and you can get good views of
the remains of numerous stone buildings clinging to the hillside, and the
ancient harbour just below the waterline. Under the water are the remains
of yet more buildings, and the sea bed is dotted with ancient pottery
amphorae lying where they fell many hundreds of years ago. Some other best beaches in Turkey :

The necropolis of Teimiussa
On the inland shoreline are the remains of ancient Teimiussa, half submerged
in water and half-choked by the fertile mud that now helps
make this part of Turkey the capital of fruit and vegetable production.
Look out particularly for several excellent Lycian tombs rising out of the
water, supported on their stone pillars

After your explorations,you will be allowed time for swimming and
snorkelling. Watch out for the spiny sea urchins that breed in the
shallows here. If you step on them, the spines break off in your foot
and can become infected. If you are after other best destinations in Turkey visit: Best turkey Resorts
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Thursday, 3 April 2014

Lollipop Holidays to Japan

Japan is one of the far longhaul destination for the Brits. Japan holidays are not cheap, so it is curitial to find good discount for your travel costs from a tour operator. Lollipop holidays site mostly covers on the beach holidays but there is a Japan travel page as well.

Weather and Climate for your Holiday Plans:

Cold winters, wet summer: If you spent the winter In Japan, you'd probably prefer to stay on the eastern side of the country. The winters here tend to be clear, dry and mild. Winters on the western side of the country are much more fierce. The people who live here have to wrap up warm to protect themselves against bitterly cold winds blowing In from Russia and heavy snows. Japan 's summers can be very wet, with many rainy days. In late summer, Japan Is often hit by revolving tropical storms known as typhoons. Typhoon winds can blow a t up to 200km per hour (that's over one and half times quicker than cars can travel on the motorwayl) and can cause a lot of damage to buildings.

Yokohama, where some of native Japanese people live, is a port on the east coast of Honshu. In June, it rains almost every day.You have to wear plastic shoes and a raincoat to keep dry when you go out. When it has been raining a lot, the streets are filled with puddles, which are fun to splash around in. Sometimes the winds are very strong.Then it can be difficult to walk and you have to stay indoors. When you look out of the window, you can see people's umbrellas being blown inside out by the wind. visit :