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BAD NEWS

OLYMPOS-FETHYE (bus)

We ha a nice time relaxing on beach when bad news arrived. Teddy received and sms from his brother and news were not good. Brother needed his help and Teddy had to return back home immediately. We decided, that he will cycle back to Antalya and from there to Istanbul with bus and train to Slovenia. My plan was to get on the bus to Fethye and from there by boat to Izmir. Teddy owed me some money and gaved me back 50 eur. Reather thn cycle 11km in serious hill, we payed for minibus which took us to the top of the mountain. Here we said good bye and Teddy start pedaling toward Antalya. I had to wait only 15 minutes till minibus arrived. First he took me to small town called Finike, where I had to wait 30 minutes for second bus. This bus was little bigger, but still 1/2 smaller than normal one. My bad luck was, that luggage department was full and only way to transport my bike was inside of the bus. Driver allow me to lift my bike on the bus for extra ticket. He was one of the profitable guys and I didnt have any choice but to pay double price. We were driving for 4 hours till we arrived to Fethiye. Fethiye is famous marine from where most of blue voyage boat rides starts. It should also be a ferry port as a local guy from Olympos has told me. I found out, that cheapest ticket for Bodrum is 300 eur and ride takes 4 days. There was only ferry connection to greek island Rhodes. No good news for me, but I had a lot of time. that is why I didnt bother and searched for cheap room. I made a money transfer to my bank card in the morning and had to wait to be visible on account. I was sure, that it will be there in the morning so I didnt care and went out to party. Later I was very sorry for that....

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Posted by Mitja 10:05

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