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... Return to Kusadasi (appros 90 min) for an optional carpet presentation or return to the ship. Well, I know we are going to opt out of the carpet presentation. I've heard that they are incredibly hard sell. The VERDICT! Major Fail on DCL's part. We checked in at 7:25am for our 7:30 checkin, tickets and photo id in hand. Given group 4 stickers, headed out with group 4 and boarded the group 4 bus. Unfortunately the group 4 bus was going to the ...
It's 11am Thursday now. A sea day on way to Split Croatia.
Last night was Chocolate night on the ship. 2 hours of non-stop chocolate deserts. See pics and you will know what I mean.
This morning I went to the senior officers meeting for a Q&A session with the ships captain, chief engineer and hotel director.
The captain is from Sweden, with a masters license to drive any ship of any kind on any waters. He was ...
... on a kind of peninsula) is Bodrum Castle with a (huge!) Turkish flag flying. I miss sleepy Datca!
In Bodrum tourism is in your face! My favourite line is "Hello you very nice couple...come, look and see. No buying." This goes for food and trinkets to clothing. Only the high end stores at the fancy marina we're low key. Strange thing was that, with all the boats sitting idle, we were never bothered by people selling tours.
In spite of the hype, ...
... well, waiting to take whomever to Selcuk. We were lucky - just a ten minute layover!
We arrived late in Selcuk at this beautiful Pensyion called Homeros. It;s more backpacker like than hotel and the lady manning the place, Barbara, was so kind and helpful. The place is so uniquely decorated because the owner is a carpenter and fashions a lot of the stuff himself. We are happy to be here!
Tomorrow, it's off to the ruins of Ephesus!
... wasteland, while others saw it as a means of survival and a miracle of nature. The indigenous people used crude tools to carve sturdy homes out of this piiable substance. Eventually they carved churches, schools and an entire village. To escape persecution, the Christians also built underground cities. We descended 9 floors below ground level to the underground city of Derinkuyu. Underground cities were built with vast defense networks of ...