Travel Blogs from Kusadasi
... of missing out FOMO... Fear of missing out struck me in full force. Compromise needed. ... A workout in the gym followed by small tasting of food, phew actually got some control. Hmmm just realising that food seems to be a huge feature in my daily life !!!! Ahh well can't help that I dooo so love it !! Ann and Debbie opted to do the civilised thing and had dinner a la carte away from the buffet. Their way of controlling the food urges. They did say ...
... in Turkey. Headed out to the rest of the market, which had a similar feel to Bali actually, in that the stall owners were standing out the front of their shops, enticing you in, trying to sell you things, trying to get you to come inside, you get very good at shaking your head and saying no while you continue walking and pretending you don't see them haha :) Arrived back at the ship and decided I'd go through all our spoils and show them to ...
... of expansion.
Since we’re staying put for 2 nights, I figured this was a good opportunity to do a load of laundry before it got out of control. One of the least sexy things about travel abroad is doing laundry in the sink. But who doesn’t appreciate clean undies?
I’m pretty thankful that I’m on the orange Gate 1 bus. The first obviously being that it’s orange and go ...
... 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!
... was made of beautiful "tile like" pieces of rock that were a glittery silver colour. They were so pretty, but also quite fragile. About half way up to the top, we stopped at a huge rock that hung over a cliff...we decided to crawl out there to see the view, it was amazing but also a little scary! Once we reached the top, we were even more amazed at the view, you could see Ephesus and the city of Selcuk. It was very steep the whole way up and down,our legs were shaking by the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet