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... sea day.
O.. one last thing... the call to prayer is supposedly five times a day here...we heard it once.. at 8am. That's all. It was a little odd to hear it. I'm sure there are perfectly nice Muslims but I think bad thoughts when I hear that freaky stuff. I feel like my redneck roots came out today but I don't care - these Turkish people are tricky and you have to be tricky back if you are going to get anywhere. Go Me!
PS - Sorry about all the cussing mom and ...
... We headed off for a walk on the marina and esplanade it is a beautiful spot, harbour full of sailing boats and a huge cruise liner the streets full of. People shops and restaurants. We made to the end of esplanade where kris and George and Clare and Vinnie were staying stopped. In and had a drink with them and ended up staying for dinner had a great night lots of laughs. Walk back to our motel to find David and Tina having a night cap so of course we joined ...
... very stressful drive! Eventually, we made it back to the main highway and things were fine. As we drove into Izmir we got stuck in even more traffic as we passed the stadium where a soccer match was taking place. After snagging the last room at the hotel we wanted – a crazy suite with a separate living room and bedroom and huge balcony – we headed out to the waterfront to get some dinner. It always ...
... from the port to the main square which took us about 45 mins. We did walk past some really nice cafe's with their mist sprinklers going so that was nice.
When we go to the square we just took a moment to recover and then for some stupid reason we decided to go into the bazaar (shopping strip) which was terrible. So many people in such a small place and they were very pushy. One guy followed sheree with a pair of jeans yelling out ...
... were not to be ignored inside this outdoor bazzar, which is again similar to the market in Taiwan. We bought 1 kg of lokrum, Turkish delight, for 3.5 lira. The sweet tastes like what it looks like, chewy. I also bought a set of 6 turkish tea glasses for 2.5 lira as a souvenir. I love the shape of Turkish tea glasses, they are like a vase except we can drink from it.
All that walking under the sun made us exhausted. We decided to chill ...