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... always rely on Starbucks for a decent Wifi connection. Except I couldn't get connected so the staff member sorted it for me. It turned out that he'd connected me to the café next door so at least I could do a quick email check before getting back on the ship.
Uh oh.....I've got a huge problem! The Wifi keeps stopping and I lose everything that I've typed. I'll have to type everything into the word program and try and upload later.
... tour, well, we did nothing wrong, we just did what we were told. She apologized and I mentioned that the tour I had already paid for had a higher price than the tour that I did not want to go on and that I expected a refund. I was told that they (guest services) would have to talk to port adventures to see what they wanted to do. (in other words, go away little girl) and I didn't go away, I was asked if I wanted to fill out a complaint form, well yes I do. ...
... We transfer to Wind Spirit at 1 pm -
I do think there will be limited Wifi - so may not update over the next week - see how I go.
Once on board we sail from Istanbul at 5pm. First port is Kusadasi on Monday - we have seen Ephesus etc which is the shore excursion so we will relax in port. From there:
Tues - Rhodes, Wed - Bodrum, Thurs - Santorini, Fri - Mykonos and arrive in Piraeus on Saturday.
There is a little unrest in Athens - but will ...
... setting was in front of the old theatre. Professional photographers were on hand to take complimentary photos of all attendees.
Tables of four fabric covered chairs were set and we were greeted with refreshments. The moon was full; the night sky was clear and the stars above glistened down upon us. There was a light cool breeze that caressed our skin.
The Turkish tourism put these free performances on. I am not sure if it is just ...
... house and said a prayer. There were several glass cases outside of the home that contained candles that had been lit and placed next to other candles. Jason and I each lit a candle on the far end of the cases. We didn’t want to light a candle next to the fighting Russian ladies in the event that a strong wind came and blew theirs out. We overthink everything.
The last stop after seeing Mary’s house was the wishing wall. ...