Golden Moon Apart Hotel
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... for the jacket was well about €580 but we ended up "bargaining" the price down to €200... Wendy and Bill bought a Turkish Carpet!! Footnote: We found the Turkish people and the small piece of Turkey we got to see, lovely. We also appreciated their enthusiasm for tourists and tourism especially around sights like Ephesus. It was like "this is new and exciting to us" compared to Athens and a few other places that appear to be a little jaded with the whole tourism ...
It's 11am Thursday now. A sea day on way to Split Croatia.
Last night was Chocolate night on the ship. 2 hours of non-stop chocolate deserts. See pics and you will know what I mean.
This morning I went to the senior officers meeting for a Q&A session with the ships captain, chief engineer and hotel director.
The captain is from Sweden, with a masters license to drive any ship of any kind on any waters. He was ...
... town. It was later converted to a church when the Christians prevailed in the area. Partially restored it is still an imposing structure.
After lunch we completed the day by driving to the town of Kusadasi on the Mediterranean Sea. Our hotel here is a true 5 star and we lounged on the deck overlooking the sea before dinner.
Tomorrow we head to the major attraction in the area-the legendary site of ...
We ate at a kebab restaurant - no tourists - all Turks - so assumed it must be pretty good. Ate up on a terrace with view down the mall.
One strange aspect of our travels is the water - we have found it must have a component which shrinks clothes dramatically - we are going to lodge a complaint with the various tour companies we have travelled with - really not a good selling point to other travellers.
We set off to find the ...
... be scaring their clients with an sense of aussie humor so dry it borders on pathological bald-faced lying, and dishing out hookah pipes to same, both of which I had thrust upon me to my a, b and possibly even c -musement.
Whilst waiting for the overnight bus to take me far away from these strange, sarcastic hybrids I discovered that Selcuk is also home to an open air train museum. If ever there comes a dismal moment in the course of my life ...