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... shopping mall, we were about to get a taxi to back to the supermarket when we saw the rest of the group enjoying a coffee - few! They were being picked up again in a couple of hours and two people had already gone back so there would be room on the bus for us. We stopped for a coffee, the cakes looked so amazing and I couldn't resist. I enjoyed a delicious chocolate and cherry cake. I was hoping I would lose a bit of weight on this trip but ...
... day was when the bell rang, rolling off a mattress on the deck or out of your cabin to a buffet breakfast. The only decisions that had to be made were to swim or not to swim and if we should dance… according to Pete not even a decision ALWAYS SWIM and ALWAYS DANCE and we spread this across the gullet family.
Some of our highlights included: teaching Bill and Louise backgammon, introducing snorkelling ...
... bus, the aisle was a river. We thought the best had been until he started with the hot beverages. No, we thought. He couldn't possibly! But he did. The same flourish. The same drama. And now the aisle river was positively tropical. What a man. Entertainment over, we drifted off to sleep (not an easy task on the potholed roads) and eventually arrived at Eceabat where we were ferried across the Water To Çanakkale. Our hostel, The Anzac was just across the road and when we ...
... to leave a lock of our hair – some opportunities just need to be passed up!
After all the excitement of meeting The Master and spending way too much on pottery, it was a welcome change to go out hiking to explore the vast arid landscapes around Cappadoccia so we could see the various rock formations in person. Several of these caves and formations are inhabited by people even ...
... Not only was she a bit stiff and sore but horribly sunburnt. Again - I'm sure she hasn't done too much of that sort of tour in recent times. Today's trip started with what was supposed to be about a 3 km hike but it was a lot longer than that. Again Erin had some interesting diversions for us which were well worth the effort. There were other groups doing the same sort of route as us, one of which was a group of very elderly Germans. ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking