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Over the weekend we visited the city of Alanya which is about 30 mins north west of gazipasa. It was absolutely not at all what I was expecting. Tourists lined all the streets with the restaurants, markets, clubs and shops in tow. We arrived at our hotel which was amazing for $20 for the night, it overlooked a huge resort where fire breathing entertainers were performing in the pool area. After we all got ...
... the man we would buy some of each of the flavours and before we knew it he had stuffed a box full to the max. It was cheap and delicious so we didn't mind.
We spent 8.5 hours on a bus getting to Side. We read it was one of the smaller tourist towns but still naturally beautiful. The long bus ride was fine. As soon as we sat down we were handed icecreams, and throughout the trip we were given various snacks of cookies, weird chocolate things, herb and tomato ...
... There were eleven us in all. Two girls from China who spoke very little English. A couple both originally from China studying in Boston. He is an architect and now studying to be an urban planner at Harvard. She is studying at Boston University. They plan on returning to China when their studies are done. A couple from southern India, but he is currently working on a project in London. They and their 2 year old daughter will return to India once the ...
... the fourth floor. If only it went there directly things would be so much easier, but one can go up and down several times before it finally allows you to go to the floor you want to go to.
One of our number, Marjorie, was nearly left behind as she was going up and down playing lift games.
"Are we all here? Anyone missing?" Osman asked as the coach was starting to move off.
"Tall very attractive lady, you can't miss her."
We liked Konya as far as a big..not Hugh...but big Turkish city goes...THIS one did not have that chaotic feel to it. I made the mistake of thinking the Dervishes were whirling nightly. NOT. Darn! I am very saddened that I will miss the Dervish here. I guess this just means it will always be calling me back. In spite of the inland pervasive pollution...I do love this country. I am slowly getting a better understanding of it and it's people. I ...
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