Pine House Hotel
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... under way. Everyone has their cabin. These are tiny, but each has a small bathroom. Apparently, most folks sleep on deck because it's hot in the cabins. We aren't really going to sail, even though these are sail boats. We will be motoring. From place to place. We are out about an hours when we stop in a lovely bay for lunch and a swim. The food is delicious and the water is perfect! It's an ...
... told getting the shuttle at 6 is plenty of time for our 7 am domestic flight. However, the shuttle thought the flight crew was more important than we were, so we had to wait for them to come back! Then it actually took longer than we thought to get to the airport. But, anxiety aside, we made our flight with minutes to spare! Antalya is a huge city and we have to figure out how to get from the airport (4TL) to the main bus station ...
... as such, and got directions to the nearby attraction of chimera - the eternal flames out the side of a mountain. The directions were loose, out to the main road, right and right again... And seamed like it was only 10mins away, which after around half an hour we were loosing faith and patience. Finally arrived, paid our entry and headed into the valley with our head torches for what was a 1km walk - around 20 mins. Owen and ...
... Antalya, and this is where the real fun starts.
Jonathan is lying on an ambulance stretcher looking up at the flickering lights of the
torn down hospital building, hardcore real E.R Hollywood style.
Is this cliché?
Tue is walking next to the stretcher, trying to calm Jonathan down by saying soothing words
" All that blood makes your cock look huge!"
"If all these people ...
School tournament was behind me and now is the time for university level tournament. My very first was the world championship hosted by Koc University in Antalya, Turkey.
This town might not have the fame of Istanbul, but it is set in a beautiful seaside setting. Much more peaceful and nicer to walk around. As usual, we spent 90% of our time here debating in the hotel venue. But we did get to see the city for a bit and visit Istanbul before we went back ...