Grand Hotel Temizel
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... subsidized by the government (electricity, water etc.) Women from different villages are elected by their community to sit on a committee. This group meets once a year and decides on the procedures and importantly the division of profits. The carpet maker gets an agreed percentage on the sale. The profits are pooled and divvied up. If a woman hasn't been able to work as a result of legitimate reasons such as sickness, pregnancy, she is ...
... couple of hours to walk the streets at our leisure before being picked up and taken to lunch. Izmir, third largest city in Turkey, some interesting sights sounds and smells. Followed by s buffet style lunch, there seems to be a pattern forming....and then on towards Ayvaik and the Grand Hotel ...
... on the outer edge of the Acropolis as well. Behind the Trajaneum, the Eastern Palace foundations were interesting to explore, and the view from the northeastern foundations was absolutely stunning. I soaked in the view for a solid fifteen minutes reading through the letter in Revelation to the church in Pergamum with the powerful mountain wind blasting through.
A short taxi drive brought us to the entrance of the Asklepion of Pergamum, the world's ...
... of westerners were easily picked out. Within an hour of arriving we were settled into our ‘Pansiyon’ (basically a B&B). We initially were confronted with dodgy hotels by the water or the ‘ones’ next door that had been renovated and were twice the price.
After chatting with a couple of Aussie couples edging into retirement we followed their general direction up the hill to the older area of town where the narrow streets ...
... at the dock around 6:30 I noticed there was not a lot of activity and it appeared to be closed even though the ferry was supposed to leave at 7am. I loitered for a few minutes and finally asked the only person I could find that spoke English where the ferry was departing from. He replied that I was at the wrong place and that the correct location was over 3 km away! Panicking I began to look around for a taxi, which of course there were none to be ...