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... Square where the skirted soldiers perform the changing-of-the-guard, Temple of Zeus, the National Library, Academy of Athens, Hadrian's Arch,the Royal Palace, The Old Olympic Stadium of Athens and many more landmarks. A great day was had by all we are ready to top if off with pre dinner drinks and a meal. Tonight we sail towards ...
... items, as well as clothes, jewellery, food items etc. There were also numerous cafes and restaurants. We stayed on the island for around two and a half hours prior to returning to our ship to escape the heat.
Once again we set sail around 5pm to head towards Kasadasi (Ephesus), in Turkey. It was planned that once again we would sail through the night and arrive in Kasadasi early in the morning of Friday 18 July 2014. As we sailed out, ...
Ayvacik is a town on the Agean Sea which is between the coast of Turkey and Greece.
Today we were lucky enough to arrive on market day where the locals buy their fresh produce for the week. The fruit and vegetable were fresh and cheap with a kilo of cherries being only $2. Our guide Elif showed us around and gathered the ingredients for the ...
Today's port visit was cancelled to high winds and high seas. This was to be a tender port, 2 metre waves, gale force winds and old americans don't mix, so it was a bonus sea day. the crew quickly organised extra activities to keep this small town happy. We kept ourselves busy in the thermal spa, resting and reading. Robert enjoyed watching the relays of ...
... were secretly pleased we had skipped dinner the night before. spent the day relaxing in the shade, catching up on our blog, and wandering the back streets of Ayvalik. Dinner at the neighbouring restaurant was delightful, fish of course (being a friday), and a selection of meze (traditional turkish dishes). Enjoyed meeting and talking with the local fishermen, tried a sample of fresh cooked mussels, Ken not so keen on the spicy addition to the mussels but Tim and I loved it.