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... are sure liking the flexibility of this small vessel cruise!
Tonight is Greek Night for dinner. Ouzo and octopus for starters then a delicious full Greek buffet. With Pirate Night in mind from the European river cruise, I don a blue and white striped top, but it seems everyone else is too tame... It's just me and the Greek flags in the dining area taking on the theme!
A walk along Samos's waterfront after dinner is two hours of pure pleasure. The air is ...
Our new plan - head back to town to the beach and swim in the Aegean Sea and spend the last of our Turkish Lyra.
After a quick dip with the locals we headed back to the bazaar where we haggled for a blue paisley pashmina and some 'bloody flip flops' . The shoe salesman who convinced Chris to invest in some 'bloody flip ...
... a comedian answering each question in a friendly comical way that made the audience laugh and comfortable to ask any question. He said if he doesn't know the answer he will make it up and we wouldn't know the difference anyways.
Some notable facts:
The most common medical issue by far is overeating.
5 Diesel engines, separated into 2 independent watertight compartments. Each engine generating 11,000 volts to drive the ...
We tried another traditional Turkish dish today - Gözleme. It is a thin dough rolled and then folded with the filling incased. Typical fillings include feta and spinach, spiced eggplant, mince and potato and variation of these. One the mixture is enclosed it is passed on the stick Like rolling pin to another lady sitting cross legged at the hot plate who cooks the bread. I was lucky enough to get to help a lady make mine. Was a wonderful experience, loved ...
... of Kusadasi,through tall hills covered with groves of olive trees. The valleys were planted with a variety of crops, primarily cotton. I'm sorry to say that it's difficult to show you the beauty of the landscape with photos...it's impossible to capture it with a camera. But I think it was the most interesting countryside I've seen on this trip, and we've seen some really great scenery!
The city of Priene was planned by a Persian (Iran today) governor ...