Club Prestige International Holiday Resort & Aqua Hotel
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... Kors, Gucci but how many handbags does a person need?), shoes (none my size), t-shirts and Turkish stuff, including carpets which are incredibly beautiful and incredibly expensive. We take our time, pick up a few items made in Turkey (not China, we were proudly told), have a beer, check our email (free wifi is readily available here) then head back to the ship. At this point I must say I think we've been conned. ...
... at a place called Kusadsi. I had breakfast delivered to my cabin. We left the ship and went quad biking. On my second lap I fell in a ditch and the quad bike fell on me, but I was OK.
Then we went shopping before going back to the ...
... carpets at the place we went to was very entertaining. He was obviously used to dealing with large numbers of tourists each day an his sales pitch was more like a floor show.
Back to the ship at 5pm (having departed at 9:30am this morning). A long but interesting and enjoyable day under clear skies, with some walking, good food and an informative tour – all for USD$99.50 per person. We got our moneys worth.
Now at sea again heading ...
Ephesus was amazing. Much bigger than 12 years ago. Amazing terraced houses in a special exhibition which opened 5 years. Then a weaving cooperative where they teach uneducated women to weave then give them a loom and the yarn and sell their rugs thru the govt run store. Good ...
... in the gaps on the Trojan horse unless you are all avid followers of Homer, of course......or you have seen the Brad Pitt movie, in which case you can skip this paragraph! Without Homer, a poet from the 8th century, there would be no horse here and there would be no archaeologists working here trying to determine if this was the real Troy. Homer wrote two epic poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey, in which he recounted a tale that had come ...