Grand Efe Hotel
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... s. é melhor só agir) pra embarcar e ele começa a falar em Turco (me parecia que não era pra eu embarcar) eu respondo que não estou entendendo (em inglês). Ele começa a fazer sinal para traz, aponta na hora do ticket e faz sinal de "não...para traz". Pensei, pqp, comprei o ticket pra ontem. Ma chequei a data era hoje. Ele pegou na minha mão e me levou ate o guichê.. O atendente (também em turco) tentando me explicar o que estava errado. At;e que ele escreveu: 2pm....2am (e fazia ...
... has the chance to do. Unfortunately, we were stopped at the end of our set because it was "FORBIDDEN" by one of the guards. Lucky enough we had performed most of our songs :) After leaving the Ephesus Archeological site , Oscar took us to an authentic Turkish restaurant Yavuz'un Yeri, where their main specialty was potato pancake. Well let me tell you, Oscar sure knows a good restaurant. Walking in the restaurant you could see ...
... to Izmir to prepare. Boarding yet another bus, we headed about an hour out from Izmir, to a nice little town. After touring the town, mind you, taking lots of pictures, we again boarded the bus and headed for another small little town on the water. Truly, it was one of the most beautiful sights to get to see the sun set on the water. Oscar, who has a self proclaimed sweet tooth, took us to one of his favorite ice cream scenes in Turkey, where we had a delicious scoop ...
... no English that you had to pay to shower. We paid and had a proper shower with all the soaps etc. He looked like he was just used to locals just rinsing the salt water off. Anyway it was great and after that Set up the car for sleeping and then bought a couple of beers and walked onto the beach and sat and watched the nightlife. There was the local star on the microphone blaring out ...
... am going to tell two bad stories now. One is my blunder. The other story is Kamie's MUCH BIGGER blunder. Neither one of us are proud of these stories but I can't tell of his horrific blunder without telling of my little one. They both involve shopping. We first went into the market and I saw a cart full of wooden spoons listed for 5 Lira each. I immediately started bargaining for 2 spoons for 2. No. They finally agreed to 2 spoons for 4. And then I gave them 4 ...