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... bike is fixed, washed and checked over and we are on our way. Total cost including transport is £140. We are back on the road and the stress of the last 24 hours is soon forgotten.
A new motorway carries us rapidly south to the turn for Kusadasi. This is a real boomtown. A village only 30 years ago it is now a sizeable town full of expatriates and a plethora of restaurants, bars and ...
Pamukkale was such an interesting place! It's located on a mountain side overlooking a lush green valley and snow peaked mountains on the other side of the valley. A patch of the mountain/giant hill is covered in what looks like snow but its actually salt! We got up in the morning and headed into town to begin our trek upwards. When we reached the salt we were told to take our shoes off when walking on the salt. There was water constantly flowing ...
... can tell, there is only about one kind of beer in the entire country, Efes. Some girls in our bus walked to town tonight and bought a couple bottles of wine and had the storekeeper uncork them so they could actually drink them. Very creative.
Ender, our guide, used to be an economics professor in a former life. He is crazy smart but when he gives lessons about the places we visit he sounds very much ...
... pool because it was such a hot, sticky day. It was so nice to have
a relaxing, leisurely day after touring around all those ancient ruins the past
few days. I showered and dressed up for dinner and had a wonderful dinner by
the pool while watching the sunset over the sea. After dinner, Rachel, Jen,
Whitney and I stayed because it was so pretty out there and we were having too
much fun talking. We talked for hours and hours until we got tired and went to
... write such different accounts of this part of the trip. Again we started at one entrance and followed a sort of conga line to the other end. There was just so much to look at, take in, and the facts from the guide were incredibly interesting.
Today's group numbered 14 and it was inevitable that there would be problems. We lost one lady after about half an hour and her husband was beside himself with worry. The guide insisted that the husband ...