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... treatment, it was a big underground area (Tunnel type thing) with holes in the roof, it used to have doors on the outside, the people with cancer would be locked inside of the tunnel area, then the holes in the roof were used for 2 reasons, to let some light in and for people to yell comments like 'God will save you' etc, (the light from above coming through the holes would signify god, you know the light from above) it was more of a mental treatment ...
We came to Bergama as it is at the base of the old city of Pergamon. Bergama is a vibrant town with a very positive buzz. The traffic is crazy. The streets are narrow and cobbled. The campsites registered on Garmin are in fact car parks. However the parking spaces are too small for us to park in let alone camp. We found a more than adequate site behind a restaurant about 3Km from the town centre. It had green lawns and a lovely pool. It also ...
This was the day I was most concerned about as there were any number of travel logistics that could go amiss but it all worked extremely well.
We took the ferry from a small port 10 minutes by taxi from our hotel.. It was a large modern ferry and a smooth 90 minute crossing to the port tone near Bursa. We then took a bit of a hair raising taxi ride to the Europecar rental somewhere in Bursa where our car was waiting for us. After the usual paperwork, the four of us and our ...
... traveled to and around Turkey three times now and was a treasure trove of travel information. From day trip travel precautions regarding unreliable transportation in one city on our itinerary to explanations of ingredients in his favorite Turkish Chicken Pudding, he was quite the interesting, chocolate-flavored-cigarette-smoking individual.
When we arrived at the Otogar, Uncle Albert, David, and I hunted for a dolmuş that would pass our hotel (we ...
... mainsail drops into when lowered) came untied and ended up halfway up the mast. As Bruce has an absolute phobia of heights yours truly had to don the bosuns chair and retrieve the offending rope. Not a problem except that he base of the bosuns chair is very slippery and it took considerable effort not to slip forward and be suspended by the ****** strap, and therefore do myself a rather delicate injury.
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