Hotel Asur (Assyrian)
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... you but when you see up to as many as 30 shutes gliding their way to Ölüdeniz-the real name of this place -you wish you had lost your mind temporarily. Its the bay of the blue lagoon where Mutiny on Bounty was filmed. Lisa says lets get a drink and lunch. Damn, another seaside balcony overlooking the bay .... and unknown to us and some scattering tourists below, the promenade below doubles as, you may have guessed already, the landing strip. And when ...
... on, drove over a mountain pass, visited Karakoy (an amazing abandoned city), returned, lost the rear brake, stumbled on to some tombs, got lost in the city again and finally made it back to our place. All for 45 lira. $19.97 can. Including gas. It was awesome. I'd forgotten how nice it was to have a woman stuck to my back all day. What a day. Now back to a most excellent Indian restaurant for sunset at the beach. Day 2. We're going for a "12 ...
... an important consideration. Passing through the towns and villages there's always mosques and of course cemeteries. Always a reminder to enjoy the trip. Be present, before you're not. Speaking of being present, Lisa asks "Are you ready to get off?" "We're here?" I answer. "Looks like it" she says. That was quick. Being present takes up a lot of my time. I can't get anything done. ...
... fjords. Monte Carlo with a party flavour. I have attached several photographs which show this amazing place, which is truly not Turkish. Bars and nightclubs everywhere, alcohol on open display, only one mosque that I could see. To add to the beauty of the town, we were the only ship in port, hence it was not swarming with people. The Swedes took at trip up a river to some Roman ruins, said the beauty was breathtaking. We just relaxed and enjoyed the view from Deck 9 (Lido ...
... companies gave a name to for marketing purposes. By 5pm we had anchored for the night a short distance from our actual starting point in a nice secluded bay. Everyone jumped into the chilly Aegean for a quick dip followed by lazing the afternoon away playing backgammon, checkers and go fish. Our fellow passengers are an interesting lot with the Americans on the shortest vacations (several weeks) and the kiwis on the longest (1/2 through their first year). After dinner, Evie ...