Pefkos Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... look the closer we got to the Aegean Sea. It's olive harvesting time and everywhere the local people were out doing the back breaking work of gathering the olives from the ground. Apparently this area is known for olives, olive oil and sunflower oil production. The Pergamon Acropolis is an amazing thing perched above a town called Bergama. The ride up the hillside is scary - a narrow winding track and in places there seems to be nothing but a sheer drop ...
Annie was supposed to write this entry. But she was busy with being 19 and summer camp so I'll jot down a few memories.
We set out for Ephesus via public bus on a hot morning. Arriving at the side of the road we were beset with taxi drivers offering us their services. Dan negotiated skillfully to share a cab with some other tourists to the entry of ...
... board when we docked at Turkey, hope she fits in well. Gone back to the same bar in Cyprus tonight and have ice cream! As a little treat for making £36,000! On a four day cruise and smashing target. I love that every time that the shoppies aren't working were in a bar! Either the crew bar or local port bar, it's becoming a way of life. Someone described it as a student life and its ...
... the port (as I had planned) and was great value for money. Just $120 TL (about $64) and we had a balcony with a view over the whole port and bay. Then we decided to have dinner on their terrace restaurant and had whole bream fish for about $10 and the lady who served us was the loveliest person you could meet. She gave us apple tea for free when she heard Daisy was sea-sick as she said it might be good for that and then later she gave us more tea and we ...
... s the villagers donated their land and the park was erected. It was absolutely beautiful and extremely hot today. We swam for a bit, had a chance to read, and even saw some wild boars. We are now staying the night in Kusadasi, a larger town on the coast of the Aegean.
If you made it through all of that, I would be extremely impressed. I’ll probably be updating when we arrived to the Greek island of Lesbos, if not sooner!