Belport Beach Hotel
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I came across this science test yesterday. I scored 11 out of the 12 questions (I always was a B grade student). I hope you can access the link. See if you get all 12 correct:
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... café we joined a boat trip. The café owner set it up for us as we didn't want to have a short trip on a private boat without any commentary. He got us onto one of the bigger boats where the passengers are bused in from Kalkan (2 hours). Our fellow passengers were mainly from the UK and the limited but essential commentary was in English. The day trip was 6 hours and included a morning snack (cay and biscuit),a full lunch and icy watermelon ...
... for us to learn to live aboard the boat at anchor, being self sufficient without the marina shore facilities. Actually, G is very excited about the whole experience; so much so that she wants to sail to Greece immediately; I have never seen her so happy. Being from a village in Philippines she is used to doing things manually, so managing the tasks like cooking, washing, showering, etc. with limited facilities is no problem to her.
... in we go and led by Basil buy a truck load! That should keep the driver nice and calm for a couple of days! Onto Goreme, which is the main tourist hub of Cappadocia before heading north to Avanos where we lunch. Visit a carpet cooperative which was really interesting. Government supported, the cooperative sets up in villages rather than a large scale manufacturing plant. Women traditionally are taught the art. The individual local setups allow the women to stay ...
... for a swim and a chance to get onto the island to check out the old ruins where they believe St Nicholas' tomb is. The islands around us were busy with a few other busabout boats and other daily tour boats. This island is where we experienced all the little boats which tried to sell ice creams, jewelry, and a lady that hand rolled out gozleme and cooked them on their boat and passed them up to us. All of us loved this, ordering banana and nutella or spinch ...