Ayvalik Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... so we are a captive audience for his lectures. Some are really excellent some are a little over the top some of our companions are taking notes!!! He was worth his weight in gold at Troy though, which was just great though the 'real' wooden horse is a bit much.
We also had today what Trafalgar call a 'be-my-guest' lunch in a hill top village - home made food in the home. It ...
... what I imagine Greece would be like...the house behind us even reminds me of Greek backyards in Marrickville...no space wasted when you can grow your own fresh produce. I am definitely going to re-establish my geranium pots too...so colourful! Feeling very relaxed as we head into the last couple of weeks of our travels...still a few more sights to see and a bit of shopping to be ...
... and had to chase the bus. Twelve o'clock arrived and we pulled over at a cafe for lunch. One o'clock passed and we really started getting antsy. Two o'clock came and the bus dumped us on the side of the road with our bags (sound familiar?) and left us to walk to an Otogar where we had to take a dolmuş the rest of the way.
A cobbled road led from the dolmuş stop to the foot of the Acropolis mountain. Our hearts sank as we shouldered our packs ...
... dish is an example of the idiosyncrasies or reading and pronouncing Turkish. The Cs & Ss will often have a c-cedilla ("ç" like in Blue Curaçao) changing the sounds to CH and SH. Also a regular C is pronounced as a J sound. There are a few more that we have yet to grasp…
The son of the owner undertook a peculiar practice, we would see throughout Turkey, that of ‘watering the pavement’. It seems the intention is to trap dust, ...
... and down to one lane at times, but far more interesting as we wove our way through small dusty towns with men at the cafes (Yes, only men), more tractors than cars, fields with women picking tomatoes and beans, (yes, only women…. the men were too busy at the cafes), and dodging sheep, cows and goats.
We came to the site of what appeared to be a ruins, called Alexandria Troas. It was only us there, and a man who appeared to be the guard… but a sign ...