Ayvalik Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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7am this morning we docked at Athens, what an amazing day, we opted to do our own thing again today, we caught a hop on hop off bus and headed straight to the Acropolis. We scaled the heights of this amazing site, the Parthenon is just spectacular. From the top of Athens most famous hill the view of the city is brilliant, the Temple ...
... is nestled into the hillside surrounding the bay / port. A number of people went swimming in the beautiful, pristine beach. The water was incredibly clean and clear, with virtually no waves. The whole of the Mediterranean is almost void of waves. The Agean Sea in general is very calm and wave less. It is like a massive lake.
We walked around the very narrow cobblestone streets, lined with hundreds of very small shops, adorned ...
... 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 ...
a well earned rest day in Ayvalik (pronounced "can<i've-a-lick>-of-your-ice-cre am"). The Beyaz Yali Hotel is a delightful greek style house right on the waterfront, overlooking the bay of Ayvalik complete with jetty for diving off and swimming. a real treat, and the staff here have bent over backwards to make us feel welcome and looked after. Breakfast was slightly delayed while photos were being taking of the beautiful arrangement for their website. we feasted like ...
MARMARIS TO AYVALIK
Left Marmaris mid morning and motored out along the peninsula before turning north to Pedi bay at Symi to stock up on essential Greek supplies. Red wine and pork chops. Spent the night at Pedi with only 8 boats in the bay. Three were NZ boats, 3 Australian (1 an ex NZ boat, Kiwi Spirit), 1 Dutch and 1 German. Can't get away from Anzacs in this part of ...