Sardunya Otel Bozcaada
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of your comments. Yes, I was going to post a photo of the laundry for your amusement. However, I went over to shoot it this morning, and it was full of people, so your view would have been obstructed. Thankfully later I didn't have the IPad to throw at maintenance when he was banging on the dryer with a hammer for over an hour. The Asians don't like me enough to give me a new one. Two, I will leave the comments of the public latrines in Ephesus to your twisted ...
... I'm sure the drivers were trained by an Istanbul taxi driver. The road was lined with stalls that the locals had outside their houses, selling mainly handcrafted table cloths and shawls and other handicraft things. Sue managed to pick up a nice hand knitted shawl that I stupidly had mistaken for a small fishing net. It was only $4.00 so whatever it is it was a good buy. Assos was founded about 1000BC and in 348 BC Aristotle opened a school there. It seemed to ...
... veterans on board had bought their service medals with them and
spent the service and some of the morning walking around with them proudly on
display. The service was a popular activity and for most passengers it was
standing room only.
Once the service was
finished, we began our scenic cruise past the various memorials while eating
some ANZAC biscuits – in an interesting turn of events, the recipe was sourced
from a ...
- Very early start today. Wake up call a 0500, bags out by 0530, on bus by 0630 so that we can miss the crowds at Galipoli. Also we had to be back in Istanbul in time for Maree, Linda and Norma to board their cruise ship that afternoon.
- Tight fit getting the bus on the ferry for our crossing of the Dardanelles which began around 0700.
- Another bus had picture of Turk that loaded huge shell ...
... it off on the beach.
We were alone on the beach apart from a boat pilot who works 4 days on and 8 off and came for a swim. He told us that the shipping was restricted today (hence was quite) as an LNG gas ship was travelling through the area and later on indeed we saw it steaming through. We gave him a cup of tea on the beach using the Kelly Kettle which he likened to a samovar.