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OK, so I was right about my unreliability - I do have some blogs but I've had no time to edit not enough reliable wifi to publish. Of course here I am na finding some time on the bus after a nap and ou guide starts to point out where the last remaining nomads in turkey live!!! But I am going to press on.
Our guide has a masters in archaeology and is we think a bit of a wanna ...
... the pool. Stools in the pool. Relaxation! After about 45 minutes I'm off to see about the bar. Mum comes. Now it is important as this stage to tell everyone that we have no cash. Only our cards and there is not an ATM anywhere around. It's a 15 minute walk into town and the closest bank. Let's see if we can put it in the room. 'I'll have an Efes (local brew) please and my will have a whiskey and coke'. Seems ok except... Whisky is not ...
... down to park for free. When we found a nice little spot in the trees. (Very important in this scorching hot weather) we saw a little track up the hill cutting across a whole lot of shale that consisted of thousands of bit of ancient roman rocks and pottery. It was incredible, there is just so much of it that was smashed and not valued until very recently that it is just every where. We walked up and there were just ...
Today we drove onto a ferry that took us from Canakkale to Ayvalik.
On our drive to Troy, we passed what Glenda and I thought was the Trojan Horse, however, we sailed past without stopping and went onto the town where it is situated. When we got there, it was under renovation, we should have stopped at the first one!!
We drove onto Assos, a little ...
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The wind eased slightly in the afternoon so we sailed across Sigacek Bay and turned up the coast to spend the evening at Sarpdere Limani , a lovely bay with crystal clear water and only a very small tourist settlement at the head of the bay. The coastline is now getting greener and in places looks very NZ like.
Another long day ...
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