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Margaret Leaving the boat, we waved a friendly and uninterested hello to the queue of taxi drivers and hooked a left, which took us closer to the walls of the Old City - which we had previously determined would be our destination. Almost immediately we had escaped the madding crowd of tourists and were ascending steep stone steps, past groves of figs, lemons, limes, pomegranates, and olives. We weren't exactly sure what the olive trees were until we noticed that ...
... ONLY served wine beer vodka and raki. The beer, well you could drink 20 in one sitting and not be drunk the vodka you could drink straight and it tasted like 75% water the rest vodka the raki will kick your ass (becaus it is a Turkish drink) and the wine, well we found out by trial was what was making me sick!!! So I stopped drinking the wine! One of the night club promotors asked us to come to the disco and even tried selling us on "you ...
... with every push every person cutting me and the craziness of it all.
All SInisa grunts is “these people are not educated, look at them”. Alright
grouchy come on lets eat! Thank goodness the food was good at lunch! We didn’t do much the rest of the day cant
relaly make friends as everyone is Russian and none of them speak English Sinisa
somehow finds other Macedonians to talk or more likely complain with ...
After a 7 hour bus journey, I arrived and met up with Tim. I was staying at Club Nena, but the Tennis and players were at the Ali Bey next door, and once I'd negotiated the security I spent most of my time at Ali Bay with Tim and the Irish team, returning to Nena to sleep..
It was good fun, and in the middle of the week I decided that I didn't feel like slow-travelling back to London, so took a flight to Zurich, train to Dijon and was back in Marcilly on 16th.
... mit viele kleine Einkaufssträsschen, kleine Boutiken und Restaurants, gebaut zwischen und neben die antiken Ruïnen.
Side, près de Manavgat, créé au 7ème siècle av C, grec et romain. Side aujourd'hui est un petit village touristique avec des petites ruelles, des boutiques et restaurants, construit entre et à côté des ruines antiques.