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... can be seen from there also. We had a walk through the Plaka, the 19th century lanes are crammed with shops, taverns & cafés, very quaint. We had lunch at a Greek restaurant in the street, we were surprised to be sprinkled by a water system as we ate, much appreciated as it was 34 degrees. As we drove around, we ...
... items, as well as clothes, jewellery, food items etc. There were also numerous cafes and restaurants. We stayed on the island for around two and a half hours prior to returning to our ship to escape the heat.
Once again we set sail around 5pm to head towards Kasadasi (Ephesus), in Turkey. It was planned that once again we would sail through the night and arrive in Kasadasi early in the morning of Friday 18 July 2014. As we sailed out, ...
... cooked dinner.
Our share accommodation at the Taksiyarhis Pension was adorable, we wanted to move in. We enjoyed our dinner overlooking the city after spending the afternoon preparing our delicious feast.
We had a wonderful sleep until 3am when a person walked the streets drumming loudly. I hadn't mentioned that the month of ...
... is a large room of orange yelling at the screen, with one family cheering for Costa Rica. Still nil all, will find out tomorrow who won by the happy or unhappy Dutch guests. As it is a Dutch company their win is expected. Good night, tomorrow is the port of Kusadasi, we are sharing our private tour with the two priest we met, Father James and Father ...
... way to Gallipoli. Visited Lone Pine, Chunik Bair, and Anzac cove, it's all very sobering, some who died were only as young as 17yrs old and lied about there identity so they could go to war. It would have been nice to spend a bit more time their but we have to be down at Kas in two days. It has been long long day.
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