Club Anra Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... three t-shirts for 50 euro (down from 120, I might add) and paid by visa where we were charged 215 Turkish lira. On our return to the ship we came across a money exchange place and asked the dreaded question, "how many lira to the euro?". Answer 3. I marched back to the stall and didn't really get anywhere other than the fellow assuring me he had charged the correct amount and I had only paid 50 euro, plus a ...
... which we reach at 2pm tomorrow afternoon. The wind is up again and the Captain has warned of higher seas again during this passage.
I am looking forward to passing the Dardenelles and in particular the Narrows at Canakkale. This of course because of the WWI history where Britain tried to force the Dardenelles with its Fleet and the Gallipoli landings by the ANZAC force, the British, French and Indians to facilitate the passage of the Fleet. ...
Today we are in Turkey and the Aegean Sea. Kusadasi is a beautiful port city and after breakfast at Cabanas we met our guide Azer ashore and headed off to Ephesus. We had specifically asked to not see Mary's House so we beat a lot of the crowds and heat by going straight to Ephesus. This city of ruins is huge and they have only uncovered 20%. What is also so amazing is that Ephesus was a port city but due to the silting of the river the Aegean Sea is now 10 km ...
Thursday, we arrived in Kusadasi, Turkey. Technically, we were now in Asia, my third continent of the trip (we'd previously stopped off in La Goulette, Tunisia). The night before, we’d decided to sign up for an excursion with Dragan, Marlon, Andy and Chris to Ephesus. We weren’t really sure what Ephesus was, but ended up being very happy we did it. Also, going with a group made it a bit more enjoyable.
Our first stop was the ...
... word of mouth through the generations from way back before Christ....he put it on record, so to speak.
In brief, the Greeks had been trying to conquer Troy for ten years. In the tenth year, they built a wooden horse and filled it with warriors. The rest of them sailed away in their ships or pretended to....they waited around the corner. The very trusting or not so bright Trojans thought the Greeks had finally given up and ...