Surtel Hotel Kusadasi
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... that men like Plato, Epicurus, Seneca, Montaigne, Sartre and Erickson examined and commended to us, we can make authentic choices for how we want to conduct this period of our lives.
Now, my head hurts, time for a drink,or perhaps more and absolutely no skate for dinner.
... room where you lose the towel and get a full body exfoliation followed by a full body bubble massage! (Yes that's a massage with bubbles) into the pool for a swim before another lady helps towel dry you, finishing with a glass of Turkish apple tea (YUM) and you're done! Awesome. It was definitely an icebreaker for all of us girls - we've got a really good bunch of people on this trip. For our second night in cappadocia we attended a night show. Lots of food for ...
... port. I chatted with the man who runs the place and told him how pleased we were with the tour and communications via email. I also told him the guides were great too and that everyone had enjoyed themselves … truly a wonderful experience to have had as much time as we wanted at the sites we saw.
Driving through the town, Tez told us that many Brits buy homes here (apartments / condo) as they generally pay around $50K. Many start out as holiday homes ...
... of the clues being uncovered each year and writings from the time found on monuments and mosaics portraying daily life. After our visits in thirty degree temperatures we retired to a tasty Turkish lunch which could only be described as delicious. Everyone cleared their plates and talking dropped to a contented murmur.
Then it was off to Kusadasi a seaside port which looks very Mediterranean. The setting is quite beautiful with old ...
... and then the surrounding countryside. This is a very productive area – pomegranate trees, peach trees, quince, maize and a bit further south – cotton. In transit we see the humped water storage tanks that were used to store water for the camels. The narrow road up the hill is steep and winding. The carpark is quite empty when we arrive and walk up to what is thought to be the house of the Virgin Mary – where she lived after her son went ...