Upper Dadon Falls - the "careful" path
This was one of the paths in the Dadon Falls park, we called it the "careful path", if you were watching the scenery or eating ice cream you were likely to find yourself at the bottom instead of ON the stones...not a real good choice for a path material, interesting yes, good, no !!
Probably the cheapest way to get around is the mini bus which is called domush. It costs a bit less than 1 euro. You can stop the bus anywhere in the street, and to attract your attention the buses usually beep when they go by. It's quite complicated to make out which way they are going, so it's better if you stop the bus and ask. Don't be surprised if they do not really speak Eglish.
Antalya, the old city
Antalya of course is very touristic and even the old city is crowded with people.
But that doesn't mean that the old city doesn't have its charming spots.
Like here with our children and me in the old Roman harbour
My all too short visit to Antalya and the surrounding area left me with one foremost contemplation when it was time to leave – I wish I could stay longer!!! I was only here for just over a day, so I wasn't able experience even a fraction of what I would have liked to. What I was fortunate enough to do though was incredible!
This beautiful Mediterranean city of over 600,000 people is full of things to see and do. It’s lovely natural setting was enough to convince me this was a special place! The soaring mountains, emerald forests and crystal blue water all coming together provided for an extraordinarily picturesque scene. Add that with an incredible amount of history, great places to eat and hang out, and some extremely nice and hospitable people, and you have got yourself one great city!
I only hope that I can return to Antalya soon to experience more of it. From what I have seen, it is truly an amazing city!