Travel Blogs from Cesme
Back isn't getting any better and I’m sure the jolt from the slip yesterday didn’t help! I’ll just do my extensions throughout the day to try and bring it back under control.
We took the tender into Chios around 11am and noticed people were already coming back on board – hmmmmm not a good sign.
We walked around and a peaceful protest was taking place. The town is unremarkable and didn’t hold any charm for ...
... at a university in a small city in China. It's too bad we won't be here longer- I would do a portrait on him. He is studying Chinese because he wants to be able to travel the world. He feels that the first step is to be able to speak as many languages as possible. So far, Turkish, English, Chinese, some German and a smattering of others.
... be. They are incredibly popular here in Turkey from what I have seen so far.
We headed to the small beach down the road, which was more of a small bay, not very clean either.
... is only 20-30 minutes away by boat. Banu's husband and sister arrived later that day and we all went out for dinner where we had another traditional Turkish meal. The food here is very tasty! During the second day Banu and Abru took us along to the markets, where we could only stay for an hour or so because the weather was so hot! It must have been creeping up to 40 degrees. Dinner that night was ...
... corn......healthier than most of our usual beach fare. After a full beach afternoon, we headed into the town of Cesme for dinner. From the harbor there you can see the Greek island of Chios and the town is a popular sailing and ferry port. There was a small castle that we explored as the sunset. Larissa had headed home early with tired kids and we managed to make our way home without her ...