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... long thinking about.
I visited my friend Yavuz, who returned recently from his work in Zelenograd, Russia for a quick vacation.
He picked me up Friday morning at the airport and the weekend beach action started.
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Alanya Took on new passengers last night in Cyprus. The drill wasn't as successful this time, most of my passengers were so rude. I lost my name badge somewhere out on deck during the drill too! Hopefully I can get one with my real name on it this time. Opened for a few hours on the evening and just about made it back to crew bar for one drink. Found it really hard to get up when my alarm when off this morning, after almost a week of getting up ...
... really friendly. In fact it actually made us excited for our next cruise. After the hell that was the Cypriote cruise, it was nice to here English voices, even of it was mostly northerners! After passenger drills, that again were so much better because we spoke the same language, but mostly because the English are a lot more compliant and not so stubborn, We set sail for Turkey. Sailing so late at night meant we had to ...
... Scandinavians seem to vacation as many signs mentioned Sweden, Norway etc.
As I mentioned yesterday, John and Dale wanted to get an authentic turkish bath massage at a 'hamam', as they are called, and we decided to go along to see what it's like. We shopped as we walked to the hamam John and Dale had found on the internet. John's luggage hasn't shown up yet so he bought a pair of pants and a shirt. They hemmed the pants as we waited - it took about 10 minutes.
Hiccup in posting today's blog. Got the dolmus into Side. Expected to see a Roman theatre and temple but the whole town is full of ruins - colonnaded streets, baths, fountains, nymphaeums - as well as the theatre and temples. Had a good wander round despite it being grey, cold and threatening to ...
- Swimming pool