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Travelling to Gatwick is never I find a pleasurable experience, but the result of the grind around the M25 usually is. In fact we made quick and easy progress around the the M25 arriving in good time we thought only to be greeted with a queue of about 100 people waiting to check in at the Freebird desk. Looking at our fellow passengers I felt quite young ...
This morning we have docked in Kusadasi, Turkey. Unlike most of the ports we have visited Kusadasi is quite scenic (for a port). We ARE a little bit miffed though, as before we left Aust. we were told we needed special tourist visas to enter anywhere in Turkey. So b4 we left we arranged these visas for all of us at a cost of $60 each (for a 6-7 hour visit). At no stage on the cruise, during the cruise info. sessions, going through the terminal (customs) leaving the ship, returning ...
... clearly built for this purpose, while the owner's staff dramatically unrolled dozens of carpets in every direction upon the presenter's cue. The carpets were beautiful, but we declined to spend thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars, so we do not own one. The carpet shop was in Kusadasi, across from the ship - and also conveniently in the shopping district. We wandered the bazaar, examining both real jewels, and Turkey's thriving "genuine ...
... and Cleopatra walked. That got Sara's attention. The Grand Theatre where Paul preached still had acoustics that projected to the highest seats. We know. We, the girls, climbed to the top and listened. Everyone hears about Pompeii and Mt. Vesuvius, but you don't hear much about the ruins buried by earthquakes in Ephesus. Pompeii is a tragic but interesting story. Ephesus has better piles of rocks. ;-)
With the sun draining our energy, we finished our two hour tour and grabbed a ...
... is a very long process and can take years to finish. It was interesting how they spin silk straight from the cocoon of a silk worm.Our final stop in Turkey was at the Bazaar markets. This was interesting and reminded me of Bali. They hassle you for a sale and will try anything.Overall Turkey was different than I expected.We ...