Fethiye Rumours – Kont The Dog

Kont the Dog in Deep Blue Bar, Fethiye A while back, we did a post on our favourite Fethiye animal, Kont the Dog. If he could sit down to write his autobiography, it would make for interesting reading. A former Paspatur resident, Kont the Dog has had a strange old life of ups and downs. Passed from … [Read more...]

Fethiye Rumours – Yes It Is!

Look at this - two posts in one day. Well, it had to be done. On a dull and stuffy Fethiye day, we walked up to the Friday market to get some supplies for our friend's arrival...and also to see what the McDonald's looked like. Well, it looks like the Fethiye rumour that became a definite and then … [Read more...]

More Fethiye Summer Season Clues and a Rumour or Two

A few more signs of the Fethiye summer season arriving: We got up a couple of mornings ago and opened the curtains to the usual scene,  and ten minutes later, a great big cruise ship had appeared. There's much debate about Fethiye harbour not being equipped for the size of cruise ships and whether … [Read more...]

Fethiye Rumours – Were They Just Rumours Then?

Here are two prime examples of why we just take Fethiye - and maybe the rest of Turkey - as it is, right in the moment. Logic tells you something is going to happen soon. You might read a story in the local press, you might see a poster, you might assume something is going to happen because you … [Read more...]

Some Fethiye News – McDonald’s Is Coming

Oh, how exciting. We feel like Fethiye news reporters who got the scoop! This is the first time we've felt the need to do two posts in one day. If you remember a while back, we wrote a post on a Fethiye rumour that this building was going to be a McDonald's. Well, we've just got back from Fethiye … [Read more...]

Fethiye Rumours – McDonald’s?

There's a fantastic verb ending in the Turkish language; 'miş' (pronounced 'mish'). The lovely miş eliminates the need for people to say, 'Apparently...' 'Somebody told me that...' 'So I've heard...' You can just say your sentence and stick a 'miş' on the end. You'll hear it a lot if you listen to a … [Read more...]