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... a cool breeze the entire time we were there, so it was never too hot. It was the relaxation I was looking forward to, taking in some sun and thinking about absolutely nothing. :)
We left the beach around 530pm and headed into a nearby town to walk around a little bit. It was nice, but a little too touristy for my tastes. However, we stopped at a nice little cafe on the seaside to enjoy some orange juice and coffee - ...
... surviving remains. We had heard of an actual Trojan horse that has been put up there for the amusement of kids, but did not think it worthy of a separate trip. The nearby Gallipoli peninsula also did not hold that much fascination for us despite its monumental importance as the site of a tragic battle in the beginning of the 20th century.
No point in delaying it any longer. It is time to hit the Big Pomegranate.
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... fully appreciated if viewed rather than described. We were shown to our rooms as described above where we promptly got to chilling out then falling asleep.
The next morning I remember I woke up at 9:54 exactly. I brushed my teeth and lazily switched on my computer. We were to travel to the Roman ruins of Ephesus that day, so I needed to work out how to get there and what time we needed to leave at. After a few short minutes I had deduced that there were ...
... custom. She said something appreciative and Eli smiled back unsure how to say anything applicable.
Upon reaching Akkun, Mia researched accommodation while Eli sussed out windsurfing options. Unfortunately there seemed to be no place (at all) to stay in this tiny enclave that was basically 2 resorts, a few hotels and even fewer restaurants. Slightly annoyed we jumped on a dolomus back to Siğacık where we ...
... companies and school are located. It was to be a long trip there, 9 hours on a bus. As we went to the bus station to get our tickets...I stopped. Now everywhere you go, there is always language differences that are really funny. The name of the bus company had me giggling to myself. The name of the company is Kamil cok. It's pronounced Kamil coach, but that wasn't how I read it. I know I know...it's juvenile, but it became a running joke for ...
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