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... the men look at me as if they’re wild dogs who has never seen a woman’s knee’s and ankles before. It made me feel really uncomfortable and soon reminded me as to why I have been putting up with sweating in long jeans and long shirts, just so I could avoid the drama I was causing myself. So we decide to eat and then head back to the hotel.
We sit down at a local restaurant and order our favourite Turkish dishes as our last meal here and eat ...
... or radiators because it was chilly at night. The food was open buffet breakfasts and dinners. If there was a spa in the hotel they managed to open for the treatments. I had a back massage one afternoon for 35TL about a tenner.
Our coach group were great fun and we all gelled together nicely.
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... up by the Cayster River (Küçük Menderes).
... to meet a great family who has owned this ice cream shop since 1945. The family was so sweet and generous to us. The owner had a two year old son who was not shy. He was flirting with all the ladies and performed Twinkle Twinkle Little Star for the whole group. He did such a good job! I got to talking with the owner about his life and his shop. He was telling me that his shop has been ...
... in here from about 2C BC to 4C AD then it gradually was used less and less, and pretty much left alone since the 4th century after a series of earthquakes wrecked much of it, and the buildings were partly cannibalised after that but there’s a reasonable amount left standing and is gradually being restored. Also along from the natural pools there’s an old Turkish fort, a few walls left and with gardens extending along the plateau so ...