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We asked about three bus companies how to get to Assos from Ayvalik...no one gave a direct answer...we didn't have our Lonely Planet map with us at the time so just had to trust the bus companies would get us where we wanted to go! After passing the turnoff to Behramkale, we started to think it might be a problem getting back...but what's the use of worrying? ...
We have just spent a couple of days doing very little except swimming, eating, reading and drinking...oh and playing some rummy-o. The water temp is warm, the breeze is cool, the view from our third floor balcony of the Aegean Sea is delightful. Last night we ate marinated tuna and octopus, salad and the best eggplant/ aubergine dish we have tasted for a while. This part of the ...
We had a brief day visit to the Island of Lesbos. Sadly for Russ and I it was a day of preparation for an evening presentation on the Turkish wars after WW1. This island played a significant role in that era and was where many Turkish Greek people were expelled after the Greeks failed in their attempt to invade Turkey and capture Ankara. Carm and Michelle went on a day tour and joined us for dinner and the ...
... them - makes the cruise so much nicer. Better change for dinner. Which was very good, as usual. Small gripes, like our waiter seems rushed off his feet and is too hurried to offer banter or even a smile, but the wine waiters and sommelier, the maître d are all lovely. The food is very well presented, mostly excellent, and although the courses are small, you leave full and satisfied. Tonight's entertainment concert consists of a ...
... homes on Lesvos, reflecting their wealth, while Muslim Turks had smaller and poorer homes, not much better than slums. The population exchange forced changes and brought economic hardship, and the mansions which had belonged to the wealthy Christian families, before the forced migration, are now often crumbling, unoccupied shells.
Little is made of the literary history of this island, which is closely identified with the ...