Paloma Club Sultan Ozdere
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... meet. Such an awesome idea! The card had a quote on the back that said something like "A journey is best measured in friends than in miles". Such an awesome quote! True for life as well. The bus arrived to get me, and I was happy to just sleep through the three hour journey. Our group was pretty mixed, and there was an Indian couple as well. The tour to Pamukkale as alright. The place was only decent. Its just one of those things you have to do ...
... on visiting the museum but it has been closed for 3 years, and my enthusiasm for tourism went out the window after that. Eating and sleeping was the name of the game and I enjoyed it. On my final full day in Selcuk I kicked off with yoga and the same walk I was becoming quite fond of, only to meet the same man for the third consecutive time walking his way to work at the airfield 4km out of town. I was beginning to feel like a local. Mark and I had another significantly good lunch ...
... re-scheduled for noon, then 4 pm "on the other ferry." At 5:30 we finally got away on the 2-hour trip to Kusadasi in a rather rough sea.
The all-day wait had made us a bit grouchy, but in Turkey everything brightened up. Everyone was helpful, the streets were lively, the dolmus (shared taxi) drivers accepted euros, we easily found the two rides we needed to get from the port to Selcuk, and the room we had promised ...
Well, we finally made it to Seljcuk....our ferry from Rhodes was cancelled due to high wind, but we managed to hop on another (for some reason they deemed the weather ok???), and made it over to Marmaris a bit wind swept, but safe! We then bussed up to Seljcuk, which is the original place of the clash of clans.....the site for Ephesus, one of the best preserved and excavated sites of the classical age. This place ...
... of yelling and in general chaos!! Andrew managed to figure out from the Kamil Kok office that we needed to head into the main terminal (which apparently we weren't at), and go to platform number 139, where there would be a minibus. So we weaved our bags through traffic, crazy fast buses that don't slow down, and up two very steep ramps and we made it! Also the man at the platform knew very good English - enough to tell us that he would be leaving in 9 minutes ...