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... ship docked at 9am. We had no particular plan so we had a leisurely breakfast in L’Oasi buffet and disembarked about 10:15.
Now all those who have been to Turkey before will know that on entry to the country, you have to pay £10, €10 or $20 for a visa. They will only take the exact money. It has to be a note to the exact denomination. Things are a little different if you arrive in to the country by sea. Providing you are staying on board the ship, even ...
... and wondering where he had gone wrong. Sometimes it is in the dice…but what about ‘good players making their own luck…’?
On the way back to our pansiyon we stopped at what turned out to be very meadiocre ice cream vendor. Not every experience can be better than the last.
The next day we had a late start as we walked the 2km past the bay and then around the point into a very windy cove ...
... easily. I noticed that the assembly line for the cars were not as efficient as those from the previous companies, Pinar and Inci Aku. Nevertheless, the defense vehicles were gigantic and they definitely looked strong enough to withstand most of the perils of war. After the tour, we were treated to lunch and the main course tasted almost identical to my mother’s cooking--I can’t wait to go home! I was fortunate enough to ...
... It's Turkey's Cancun!! Beautiful shores but all completely developed and filled with signs in English and German. I finally arrive to Efes. I am dropped by the minibus at this spot where there's nothing but a taxi station. The folks there tell me I must take a taxis to get to Efes cuz it's far. Well, I like to walk, so there I go: I made it to the entrance of Efes in only 20 minutes. Efes is quite a large Roman Empire era city. One of the largest ...
... vehicles shoot out the loose stones from under their tires and they bounce off your helmet and body.
That and there doesn't seem to be any type of level gradient. We were cycling along the coast and the road did what Brian liked to call 'porpoising'. Up and down and up and down as regularily as a porpoise jumps up and out of the water as it makes it's way along.
Most hills are long ...
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