Grand Blue Sky International
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pleasant to talk with, it was apparent out idle conversation had inspired an opportunity to make a sale. After over an hour of one-way negotiations (we were adamant that we weren't buying a rug), we finally thanked him for his time and found our way downstairs. Before leaving, he introduced us to his sister on the bottom floor...who could give us a very good price on diamonds! We quickly scurried through the jewelry showroom and ...
... there was a "performance" by some actors and there was also obviously the mandatory souvenir shops, photo opportunities, and so on, but no "Theme Park" thankfully :) After lunch all climbed on board again, and we drove to the Basilica of St John the Apostle. Although now in ruins it was built in a cross shape with apparently six domes on top. The Basilica contains the grave of St John and has been visited by at least 3 Popes over the years. ( It is widely believed that after ...
... t let up by the time we got to Troy. We decided not to spend the 20tl to wander round in the rain for an hour... instead we stayed with the truck, not before a bird bestowed about 14 years of good luck on my hair and shoulder!! Unimpressed.
We drove to Kusadasi, it was another 8 hour drive, I guess we will have to get used to them. We stayed in a proper campsite with hot water (as long has it has been sunny ...
... We transfer to Wind Spirit at 1 pm -
I do think there will be limited Wifi - so may not update over the next week - see how I go.
Once on board we sail from Istanbul at 5pm. First port is Kusadasi on Monday - we have seen Ephesus etc which is the shore excursion so we will relax in port. From there:
Tues - Rhodes, Wed - Bodrum, Thurs - Santorini, Fri - Mykonos and arrive in Piraeus on Saturday.
There is a little unrest in Athens - but will ...
... coming down the opposite way, it was nearly impossible to get by them and up any further, but we had seen most of the site. It was really mind blowing how well preserved much of the area is. Whenever I visit these types of places, I think about how these places, so beautiful, all made of carved stone, ended up underground. I know through war etc the empires fell, but how could people leave these ornate towns to crumble into the earth, never to be thought of again until a ...