Grand Hotel Kurdoglu
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... of the land and we all know how that works. Ezgi was very passionate about the history and it's a shame I can't remember everything but it was fascinating and I could have spent hours there. It was amazing to see how advanced the ancient civilizations were. For example, the public toilets were constructed with running water under them to remove the waste and another water supply in front for cleaning themselves. A fountain was placed in ...
... so expensive. Back to the ship for some lunch, a nap and a quick gym session before heading up to the pool deck for a little taste of mohitos before we anchor in Patmos and get little tender boats onto the island. Personally I like Patmos a lot more than Mykonos ... It feels more relaxed and isn't quite so hot. Aimee and I both buy a white sarong for tonight's white Greek themed ...
So on this day of my blog we leave our leisurely kick back stay in Datca. I can't say enough about this place except that we will miss it.
Rolled our bags a along the cobblestone walkway by the sea in the quiet of the morning. Now to yet another bus and then a ferry to Bodrum. This time we have tickets!
Chunk, clunk, stall, rev, spit and backfire, all of this before the old bus hobbled down to the ferry dock. Nothing much here but a good breakwater and ...
... archeologists comes and re-discovers it.
It was a very hot day, and there is absolutely no relief in Ephesus, so when our Dolmus stop told us there was a bus going to the waterpark nearby, we decided to hop aboard!
The waterpark was a nice relief from the heat. What I found most interesting about the waterpark was how much a different side of Turkey I was seeing. In Istanbul, Sile and, to a much lesser extent, Cesme, I have seen more modest dress and very ...
... held at a historical building built in 1249 called Saruhan, which was an old camel stop for those travelling the Trade Routes.
Everything we saw on this trip and the few days we spent when docked In Antalya were fascinating and spectacular. It has been our favorite country so far and one we would like to return to and maybe see the city of Istanbul, which we weren’t able to see on this trip. Gotta leave some things for later ...