Hotel Baia Lara
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Yesterday we arrived in Antalya after 2 short flights. We arrived ,minus luggage, to a lovely seaside spot with great views. We had the perfect excuse to go shopping for a new swimming costume, as we were not going to waste the opportunity to dip into the warm waters of the Mediterranean! After spotting the lovely sun deck down the cliff, we went down to discover there was no actual beach! We went for a dip anyway and it was a beautiful warm sea. It just ...
... Another was King Og of Bashan. God’s love never fails. 21 God took away their land. God’s love never fails. 22 He gave their land to Israel,the people who serve him. God’s love never fails. 23 God saw the trouble we were in. God’s love never fails. 24 He rescued us from our enemies. God’s love never fails. 25 He gives food to all who live. God’s love never fails. 26 Praise God in heaven! God’s love never ...
... There is a famous recording of a phone conversation between him and his son, discussing laundering money. This conversation was recorded and sent over the internet. As expected, Erdogan denied the entire thing.
After visiting with Rudi, his wife and daughter, we drove back towards Antalya. Our first stop was the Roman theatre at Aspendos, one of the best preserved theatres left from the Roman empire. It was ...
Another 5 hours of driving brought us to the Turkish coast and the city of Anatolya. We had to go over the Taurus Mountain range, which looks surprisingly similar to heading to Squaw - lots of rocks and fir trees. The only difference was that every now and then we would see tents with herders and their goats. Other than that, the highway was quite well built and maintained.
Anatolya is a tourist city ...
... with a bright moon and countless stars in the sky above. I woke up for good at 5:50 a.m. (Sandy & Nancy would be so proud!) for the sunrise, which didn’t happen until 7:10 a.m. We had a quick breakfast while motoring back to Bozburun, packed, took a few group photos with the crew, and said goodbye to them at 8:30 a.m. They really were great and we’ll have lots of fond memories from our four days at sea with them.
We had to wait until ...