Suzer Paradise Hotel
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... explaining how we got there. After taking a short flight from the centre of Turkey, we landed in a bustling, sprawling city located on the western side of the country. Izmir, with its population of 3 million people, is alive with the same amount of activity of any big city. Freeways, commerce, neon signs, crowds, relentless traffic and the like, are intermingled with bazaars, street sellers offering everything from bottled water to tiny chickens and ducklings secured ...
... don't get that kind of service in the USA! Finally, back home we go where I'm greeted with the most encouraging letters from my self built family. I cried...then I cried some more. Thank you Ashley, James, and Gregory for the love notes...it gave me the strength I needed to push forward and speak at my conference the following day despite the negativity that had been thrown in my face the previous 24 hours...I'm so grateful to have you guys in my life!!! Much love ...
... Bennie, Will and Taylor worked well together and made the presentation enjoyable and informational.
We woke up and had the breakfast included in our stay- a delicious spread of the kahvalti we've had before- slices of cucumbers and tomatoes, breads, olives, various cheeses, hard boiled eggs, different jams, Nutella, yogurt, honey...a Great way to start the day! We hopped on the dolmuş - what the mini busses all around turkey are called- and headed to the beach that everyone recommended - Altinkum.
... to what we have in NZ. In the park an electronic clock was showing 33C (the high for the day was 36C) and it certainly was hot, but it was ok walking in the sun but I just felt it if I stood still.
We were back on board half an hour early, at 1.30pm and the ship departed at 2.30pm. I was initially surprised that most of our port stops depart early afternoon instead of 5 or 6pm but in fact the timing is about right in this hot weather and we ...