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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... gesture. Mostly we learned to be patient just like the Turks. It seldom pays to rush through anything. Well, I guess emergencies are the exceptions. So many great people like Volcan the day clerk at our last hotel. Or Vely at Pamukkale. Moza in Goreme. The lute-playing Ali who made tea for us and then played his lute for us on his patio at his guesthouse in Istanbul. Can't say enough about Turkish hospitality. And culture. And geography. Wonderful place. Sad to ...
... America's longest running democracy until the USA -Reagan Administration- assisted Augusto Pinochet in his military takeover in 1972. Lisa and I only have two days left here until -weather permitting- we catamaran over to Rodus- Rhodes- Greece. Today is the big Sunday market here which might sound dangerous in light of yesterday's horrible bombings in Ankara, but as Lisa pointed out to me its no more dangerous than attending a movie or college in the ...
... including an 8 year old Australian girl! The drive up the mountain took at least 30-45 minutes and was harrowing in a few areas (small road, big mountain).
We exited the minibus and found ourselves standing at the top of the very tall Babadag Mountain (1,969 metres high, or 6,460 feet). After being strapped in to our equipment (and strapped in to our pilots as well), it was time to run and jump off the mountain.
Katie went first. ...
... which is a Turkish pizza using pide bread and topped with sukuluc – Turkish sausage – cheese and tomato). We rolled out of the restaurant and wandered around the local markets before grabbing an ice cream and heading down to the water. Graham, Colin (our driver) and Carl (one of the other guys on the trip) had bought some fishing gear and were trying to catch something. They were pretty unsuccessful all round although Colin ...
... when the clock strikes 2 at the office and you are tired from a morning of really hard work but you still have too many hours left before you can think about clocking out. So I focused on trying to get comfortable in the tiny minibus seats that made me feel Gulliver in Lilliput. The woman beside me kept drifting in and out of a catatonic slumber, snoring loudly in my ear. This apparently humoured the woman in the seat adjacent to me who kept craning her neck ...