Gunebakan Taliani Butik Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Thursday 28th May 2015:
Today we woke at something like 7 because of the phone ringing, I woke but Dominic didn't, so I cleaned up my stuff, half packed up my stuff then went down to breakfast where I ate with some of the other exchange students. More exchange students woke and came down for breakfast, but like always there is those few that didn't wake in time, after breakfast we went back up, finished packing then brought our bags back down, handed ...
... the 1980's the leader of the time set up the scheme whereby women were helped to source the raw materials (dyes like saffron, cochineal and the silks, wool or cotton). They work in their villages, on traditional designs or make replicas of famous old carpets. A large, complicated design in silks can take years to complete. Usually a woman aims to complete one carpet a year. The carpets are sold through the co- operative in the town. This ...
... where we climbed up the cobblestone walkway to see the Temple of Athena.
There were heaps of local handicraft stalls where they were wanting to sell us their goods. Beautiful hand made table cloths, shell art, crochet goods and local herbs, and olive oil. Some of the people had very weather beaten faces.
There were lots of ruins at the top of ...
The ancient city of Permigmom sits high on a hill and requires a cable car to get to it. It was the second largest cultural centre in the world after Alexandria in Egypt. The original city wall dates back to 12th century BC and had a population of 100,000. It remained at peace with various conquests happening around it until 405AD when it ceased to exist. After it inhabitants ...
... sailing north, although we did have a lovely sailing breeze for the last 4 hours. We spent the evening at Bademli, a secluded inlet between the mainland and a couple of islands.
Our pilot book mentioned hot springs on the shoreline opposite where we anchored so in the morning we thought we should check them out. Although the water was hot the makeshift pools on the shoreline were ...