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... the Aegean Sea at Antalya. A turkish breakfast, and a couple of Cays later (Tea) it was 10am and we headed back to Katja's in hope she hadn't decided to open late! We left our bags, threw on our bathers and headed out to seize the day! We'd just spent the past 10 hours on an over night bus, and the current temperature was sitting around 29/30 degrees...we were in need of a clean up. So off we went to the Sefa Hamam...a 600 year old Turkish bath. It was amazing. I mean for ...
... storks that built their nests on towers around this area and we got to see several stork families nesting. The birds were quite beautiful. The Temple of Artemis was completely gone, except for one column. There was also a museum and a castle, both of which we heard were spectacular, but both were closed for some nine months. We went to the mosque, which had a beautiful garden and nice grounds, but the inside was quite plain and simple as well ...
... staying was inside the Old Town and behind its walls, there was no way for the big bus to get in there so they dropped us quickly on the busy main street and we had to hike about 600 yards to the pension. This was not a lot of fun as I am carrying a large backpack/suit case with 7 weeks worth of clothes, my camera/computer bag plus a day pack -- too much!
We got checked in and the guide had us immediately meet up so he could give us a ...
... as well as entry and exit offices in a mad dash to get through the red tape and return home. It was actually kind of fun. Minus the lack of sleep. On the very empty bus from Bulgaria to Istanbul, I spotted a row of seats in the back that looked perfect to lay down across, so I indulged my tired side for a bit. That is, until one of the Bulgarian bus staff began yelling at me to get back to my seat. I assume he was Bulgarian ...
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**Quick funny note. I came into the school today to do lesson prep, and sitting on the table is a Turkish national paper which is written in English. It was turned to the sports section, and staring me dead in the eye is the caption 'Chicago Bears shock undisciplined Packers in NFL Thriller' Haha! I have no idea why this paper would print such a thing, but it seems little reminders of home are following me!