I visit what is known as Magic Mount restaurant in Antalya which sits on top of a local small mountain.
Some scenes from the Antalya Marathon which is known as Runtalya.
I visited Sefa Hamam which is a 600 year old Turkish Bath in Kaleiçi in Antalya.
I went along to the St Paul Union Church Xmas Eve Service and took my cameras to capture the highlights. The Pastor, James Bultema is a really nice guy and he gave a lovely service.
I recently paid a visit to Cakirlar Market which is a 20 minute Bus ride from my apartment in Konyaalti. On arriving the first thing that I noticed that it was a market, sure, but that it was on either side of a main road!!
On Sunday December 2nd The International Women of Antalya held their annual Xmas Bazaar at the Talya Hotel Conference Centre. All proceeds went to charity and this year there were some fabulous items just waiting for you to buy.
I live close to the amazing 5 kilometre Konyaalti Beach inAntalya. Toward the city centre end of it there is a fantastic Beachpark with lots of beach bars, restaurants, shops and even a few nightclubs as well as a fairground and play areas for children.
I visted Oledeniz in Turkey with my wife where all day long you watch people Paragliding onto the landing area on the beach so we of course had to give it a go.
My friend Pat lives in the countryside area just to the back of the Konyaalti area of Antalya. Here is a little video I made up when I cycled to his house on a warm day in August.
The 2nd Sand Sculpture Festival was held at Antalya Konyaalti Beachpark between June 20 and October 1, 2007. I went along to make a video of the Exhibition.