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Old 19th March 2006, 21:30   #21 (permalink)
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Yashi beach news flash.......

30,000,000,000 tons of crude oil washed up on shore !!!! stay away for at least the next 5 years!!!!!
PS... For some reason the sand seems to break ladies finger nails in large amounts.... Do'nt take the risk guys either !!!!!!!! never know what might break off !!!!!!
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Hi Angiebelle
There is no beach as such. There are decks built out into the sea and everyone swims from them. I'm not sure if there is a charge for the sunbeds or if you have to buy drinks or a meal. I will be over at Easter and check it out. We went over to nearby Golkoy and swam there. But again there isn't a sandy beach. It is more like shingle. I will let you know when come back.
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I have just read in the Turkish Daily News that there have been problems with the sewage system in the Bodrum area and that 20,000 tons has been pumped into the sea .Does this happen often? and if so which beaches are most affected, I hope it does not cause long term environmental problems .
Lots of unfunny endings to this one!!
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that was just from my toilet in one flush after eating my meal on onur(oh no) airways!
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I go to Ortakent Yashi beach all the time. Ok it isn't very sandy, but it's quiet and prices are not too high. It is mostly Turkish people there but a few of the hotels cater for foreigners
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Yahsi was a big secret until about 4 years ago, it gets packed with French tourists now from the Petunya all summer. Quite true about the child eating turtles, but you forgot to mention the huge man eating dogs and the killer cats that roam freely - much better to use another beach!!! :lol
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we have a home at gumusluk. any one been there, its a beautiful little place between turgetreis and yalikavak
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we are in gumusluk, whereabouts are you? we are on gumsan 2
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Ortakent Yahsi beach, is lovely, definately worth the short dolmus ride from Bodrum. Mostly locals, hardly any tourists at all, bliss!
We had our first, blissful holidays in Turkey 10 or more years ago at Club Sardunya (sister hotel to Petunya). I remember Yahsi being a beautiful beach and with a boardwalk along the edge where the mainly Turkish holidaymakers used to stroll in the evenings. There were a couple of small bars, restaurant and shops then but nothing much. It was an idyllic setting for us with two teenage daughters - we could let them loose on the beach side of the hotel and knew they couldn't stray too far. Is it developed much now? I know Sardunya has gone and become part of the Petunya complex. We went back a few years ago with our friend who used to be the barman at Sardunya. It was quite sad seeing it all changed and half of it closed off.
Half of me would like to go back one day, but the rest of me thinks its best to stick with the memories!
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Wherei s Akyarlar beach? From Alfiescott
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