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... breakfast that morning as we said goodbye to Trish, Rex and Tony. It was Trish and Rex's anniversary, and fortuitously there was a beautiful swan creation on the bed when we went back to the room. Happy anniversary guys :)
By the time we were dropped back to our hotel after the cruise, it was dark outside and we still full from lunch.
So it was chippies for tea and an early night ... for a ...
... but then caught a taxi back to the boat. His driver could not understand him but with the aid of drawing a boat and stressing its size they arrived at the port. We had a group photo taken on the steps and then went to Silhouettes for our last dinner. I was particularly happy to see in the crew awards our lovely assistant waiter had been awarded . After dinner we returned to the cabin and packed leaving our bags outside ready for collection and disembarkation tomorrow ...
... like, NO we are not from Alice Springs. This guys son lives in Belmore back home in Sydney, just goes to show how small our world really is.
Strolling around the bazaar, we hit the Egyptian spice bazaar. Its pretty much Turkish delight, baklava, clothes, shoes, jewellery, but every single shop sells the same stuff. We came out of here with some mad souviners.
... of the east Roman empire, this giant underground complex had over 300 marble columns supporting its roof. Inside it was beautiful, and although there were lots of other tourists, it didn't feel crowded. We went to find the two heads of Medusa, and after we decided to go full tourist and get photographed in Turkish costumes. The whole process of getting the photos felt very abrupt, I swear that we had 50 photos taken but the photographer didn't look at us once. ...
... in mind in terms of cultural immersion for this part of the world, it was Sam Jackson's birthday and he got to call the shots. It took us about 45 minutes by taxi to get there, and was only a $15 fare. As it turns out, Vialand was a combination theme park on one side and high-end mall on the other, which worked out perfectly since we needed to buy a few items like socks, tennis shoes, and hair products. We started with the theme park, of course. It was an ...