Weisse Burg Beyaz Kale Pension
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nice atmophere, hosts and confortable rooms
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... the mountains overnight we understood why! The thermal springs form amazing white limestone rivers down the mountain sides and we could paddle our feet in. This afternoon we will visit a leather goods factory before enjoying a turkish bath in Bursa ...
... pools are ancient marble columns and slabs from Hierapolis. What a blast to swim among and under these two thousand year old ruins!
Thank god Lorena from Canada told us to buy some goggles for the swim so we could see. The water was a warm 36 C (95 F?) but full of minerals that would burn your eyes a little and prevent you from seeing. It was a great $10 investment. We shared the goggles and spent a leisurely two ...
... a couple of f&$king idiots. Their friends didn't really appreciate this but after pointing out the above facts he stood by his original sentiments. A few insults in some other language and more expletives later the gaggle of douche wandered away to hopefully end their trip in disaster whilst we stayed to capture some unobstructed shots.
Successful day over and feeling really relaxed we made the much easier walk back down to our hotel to await our airport transfer.
The last 2 days have given us an insight into ancient life along the Aegean coast. First stop on Tues was Troy, which has very little remaining, but is popular due to Homer & of course, the movie. This city has a long history going back to 2900 BC. It was rebuilt 9 times, but the levels are a bit of a shambles now due to earthquakes and the lousy skills of the first archaeologist, a German whose main aim was to plunder as much as he could. There are some city walls and an ...
... 11pm with the hotel staff and guests from all over the world. Couldn't believe my eyes. Brazil = the Broncos. Brutal.
Made friends with the hotel manager who surprised us with homemade sandwiches for our 5:45am airport shuttle for Istanbul, and bid us inshallah. Inshallah - I've missed ...