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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... in six weeks that I awoke with such an appetite and I suppose it shows) and had a big breakfast. Still in my traveling clothes, my plan was to endure till I got home in a couple of hours before showering. However I was told not so subtly to take a shower now and use Matt's housecoat till Donna picked me up. OK I got the message. I stunk.
Three hours later at home I was starving again and ate three bowls of my favorite Greek style chicken soup ...
"There ain't no journey what don't change you some", wrote David Mitchell in Cloud Atlas. After almost ten weeks we will be on our way home tomorrow. And what a journey! Family, friends, celebrations, new discoveries, sadness and joy - all these have coloured our trip. Turkey has been a real eye opener. What a country! Derelict, modern, steeped in antiquity, independent educated women, women in black hi jab, noise, reforestation, fertile ...
... had a really nice flavour which made the intestines tender I guess you'd say haha. My face says it all in the photo though :-)
Next up was Turkish pizza - Pide. We had just a cheese one, even though it looks like a lot of cheese...it actually tasted quite nice. It was local yellow cheese used on it, which had quite a subtle flavour.
we are nearly there with 2 more stops - now back to sweet things. We stop for another locally made dish - Pistachio dessert 'katmer' ...
... Etihad ****** up...we were told we had to book in 24 hours before online ( the first we heard of this). Ok this is where Sylvia's acting came in.... We stood at the counter while the counter staff person ( young Arab guy) went into panic mode trying to get us seats...we had to wait at the counter for about 15 minutes then Sylvia thought to herself I need to do something here ( to herself) and then turned away and turned back with tears in her eyes and the guy said it's ...
... other than Gizem?? Well, turns out it was the couple from Hong Kong with whom we had shared a taxi back in Pamukkale!!! We all finished the tour at our own pace (they had rented audio guides, and we had me, reading to Nate from our Lonely Planet guide), and then met at the exit of the Harem. It was quite a random chance that we would ever see each other again, let alone have the chance to meet up and go out for tea! We found a place that had cheap food (but ...