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So this morning we left Antalya of which I got to see very little. Sleeping on the bus is very exhausting and I was too tired to do the walk around the city! It was a very nice hotel though and a big room and a lovely meal with some nice local wine.
First stop today was Aspendos, where the largest best preseverved roman amphitheatre is located. It is very impressive. There has been some reconstruction and they do ...
... eased a fraction. The adjacent stream swelled in unison with our tummies and spilled over its banks in sync with the money from our wallets. Mountainous passes are par for the course by now but back in the car the hail and flooded roads made for interesting travelling. Much further north east and we haven't managed to outrun the rain though it's lighter now. Hopefully it won't follow us all the way to Capadoccia. We outran ...
... all covered in neon strips that change colour ever few minutes. This holiday has been a bit of a disaster, even without the sickness. We did get to see the wonderful sights of capadoccia, but in retrospect we could have just flown into Antalya and hired a car and been so much more capable of doing what we wanted, rather than be stuck with the tour. Can't wait to get ...
It's raining, but at least the rain's warm! Before it started we walked around a bit and realised that the hotel isn't in Antalya at all, it's on the coast where the road turns inland to go over the mountains to Cappadocia, a place called Alara and in fact is over half way to Alanya, which is where we stayed when we first came to Turkey some 40 years ago. I think it's changed a ...
It was cool and it was windy but it was awesome to see this ancient Roman settlement it actually goes back farther because it was an important seaport and strategic as well. Tons of ruins, that once stood fountains, shops and homes, huge city walls, tons of marble pillars laying on the ground, and a pretty ...