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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Outdoor pool
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We woke up at 3.30am again - we can't work out why - and Joy then dozed off. David went for a walk at 6am down to the foreshore where 3 medium sized cruise liners were in port, while Joy did some washing. Kusadasi is a popular port for these Mediteranean cruise ships. Breakfast was ok according to Joy, but David's omelette was tasty. We where on …
... nearby who were offering an opportunity to have photos taken for one Euro. Naturally, Courtney jumped at the offer.
Back on board the bus, we headed off to Ephesus for what would be one of the highlights of our cruise port experiences. From the moment we arrived this site of ruins had a special feeling in the air. So much history contained within this ancient city. Many of the ruins are in excellent condition, especially considering how old really ...
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Again, for the record, we had Jose (Honduras) and Risman (Indonesia) as cabin attendants, Joey, John and Adrian (Philipines) food service guys, Kalaish (Mauritius) for beverage service and Antil (Mauritius) also as food service. Bianca (Romania) was our special coffee and tea lady who topped us up every meal time. Telma (Portugal) was the restaurant manager and her offsider was Joyce (Jamaica) at Blu.
... just for our benefit. Then you are stalked by the assistants desperate to make a sale. Just one coat was bought by the group for all their efforts. We then asked to be dropped back to the port where we wander the grand bazaar and fended off enthusiastic shop keepers before boarded the ship and heading to the pool. I watched Malificent 3D, them we watched the Beatle cover band on deck 9 before tea at Animator's palate, a bit of late night shopping onboard and ...
We caught the public bus from Ladies Beach into town and spent most of the day wandering the shops around the bazaar and marina of Kusadasi town. One of the highlights of the day would have to be seeing Bernard get a traditional Turkish haircut...Kusadasi seems to be famous for this, with nearly every second shopfront being a 'cauffeur'/'Berber'. The Turkish haircut would have to be one of the most thorough and detailed beauty regimens I have ever ...