Star Holiday Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... who although quite reticent was equally delighted to see us again.
It’s hard not to notice how we as Kiwis have been enthusiastically welcomed wherever we went. The war was something that happened one hundred years ago, and today's Turkish people have followed Ataturk’s lead of peace, forgiveness and reconciliation.
Such an exciting, diverse and vibrant country. We are really enjoying getting to know you.
... let them know we won't be ready for 20 minutes because we were told 7:30. He wasn't to happy but we managed, packed our stuff and out we go!
About an hour ride to the airport and we sat down waiting for our flight. Maccas was the agenda for breakfast. Seems to be the go if your in Australia or the other side of the world. They sell beer at maccas too, YES BEER AT McDONALDS, crazy! No ...
... menus. Maybe solo travellers aren't as appreciated in this city, especially compared to being propositioned by every venue I walked past in most cities so far. I eventually found a place where I was largely ignored by the staff and the meal was passable. To be honest I'd have rather gotten a cheap kebab. Or another wet burger. I can always go for another wet burger.
To raise my spirits I ended up back at my favourite ...
... br> We set off driving again, at the ski resort at Uludag there are plenty of hotels and ski shops, all closed up! The Main Street is being resurfaced and is at present a mud track. We have reached 6500 ft now and contour around the mountain to a view point that has been built out over the edge of the hill. We park and take a look at the inside of another cloud! There are a couple of ladies who are taking a look at Logan sat in the front seats, he goes mad when one of ...
After breakfast Les took the bus back to the shop to sort out the charger, I did the washing and gave Dream Catcher a thorough clean to remove all the dust collected at Yedigoller, also the dog hairs that collect in all the nooks and crannies. When Les returned with the modified plug he checked it worked. We then drove to catch the ferry to ...