Kalem Island Oliviera Resort
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We arrived in the city around midday and after a few wrong turns ended up in a little cobblestone street that you could not fit anything wider than the micra in.We had to back down and ended up by the ruins. Normally you can take a cable car up but when we arrived it was down for repair.
We drove up the top of the hill and then after they wanted all the money for parking, entry etc we decided we would look for a place a ...
We were heading towards pergamon and we drove through here and decided to stop here for the night as it had nice night market. Had another swim and a shower on the beach followed by a few beers on the promenade watching the sun go down.
We ate the most delicious thing from a stall and the night market and they called it a storm chip. Basically it was a potato cut into a thin spiral and pulled out on a skewer amd then deep fried with chill flakes on top. ...
... a good time to catch up on news from home by email and phone.
I slept in later than usual as a result and after enjoying a hot shower went in search of a spot of tea and another vantage place to watch the coastline of Turkey pass by. The Main Lounge was the perfect place with a covered outdoor observation deck with comfy chairs and tables.
Uh Oh! It's Muster time! My aren't we all pretty and glowing in our orange life preservers! ...
... while Eli protected his Baltic skin intent on recording our adventures in this here blog.
Eli went for a dip in the very salty tasting and therefore expectantly buoyant waters of the Aegean Sea. He has minimized to 1 pair of shorts for this 2 week sojourn into south and central turkey. These could serve as a swim suit but instead he opted for his ‘euro’ swimsuit which is actually sports underwear. He ...
... Andrew, consulting a map, reckoned he could weave a path up the back way to the Acropolis which would save us a longer walk via the main roads. We wound our way through the backstreets of the little town, ignoring the occasional bad smell and saying 'hello’ to some of the little children who shyly poked their heads through the gate to say ‘hello, what’s your name’. As we neared the road which skirted the Acropolis, we noticed a big, man-sized ...