Travel Blogs from Gumusluk
... see the ruins of Afrodisias, which back in the day had a large marble quarry and a school for marble sculptors. This was a non touristy place with many ruins overgrown. The stadium was impressive, being 270 metres long with 30,000 seats. It had tunnels each end for gladiators to come through and meet their fate - quite spectacular. The Temple of Aphrodite was mostly in ruins, but the Tetrapylon main gateway had been ...
... were the highlight of my day.
I got the overnight bus back to Ankara on thursday night, I was surprisingly impressed at the service, its better than flying! The seats were so big and comfortable and made of leather. All of the seats fully reclined and all had their own tv with usb slots so you could watch your own films. There was also a free drink and snack service which came around 3 times during the journey. The only advantage flying has is that its so much ...
... up and boats descended on the area from all directions we moved off to find a spot in a sheltered part of Gocek Bay for the evening. Our captain and first mate are brothers and their third brother was on a boat on the other side of the bay so he came over for a visit when he saw the yacht. I gather that they don't catch up very often. We had some entertainment when one of the young people on the yacht next to us dropped their ...
... 0 Mohs scale). The brilliance of Zultanite: Because of the high refractive index 1.7, and consistently excellent cutting, Zultanite is always very brilliant and dispersive. Even in low light, Zultanite will sparkle and in more intense light it will show many rainbow colors from the high dispersion. The colors of Zultanite: Although smaller gems seem to be less saturated with color, all Zultanite is pleiochroic, meaning different colors are visible by viewing the ...
The wind blew up over night and soon after we had gone to bed the engine started and we moved again. Shane said it was great to know that someone else was taking care of things and he could rest easy. It has been agreed by all of us that although we had planned to charter our own yacht and sail it ourselves, it has worked out very well to be looked after by Cemil, ...
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Karakaya Mah. Burun Mevki Karakaya Koyu , Gumusluk | 3 star hotelfrom $44
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