Travel Blogs from Alacati
... so I’ll have to come back tomorrow for the pedicure. As a result, we didn’t have time to meet the others for the Captains welcome in the Grand Salon.
We had dinner in Restaurant 2 with pre-dinner drinks on Deck 10. I hope the other diners weren’t hoping for a quiet evening because we were very loud – obviously enjoying ourselves!
Went to the show after dinner and it was good. The 2 female and 2 male vocalists ...
... at a university in a small city in China. It's too bad we won't be here longer- I would do a portrait on him. He is studying Chinese because he wants to be able to travel the world. He feels that the first step is to be able to speak as many languages as possible. So far, Turkish, English, Chinese, some German and a smattering of others.
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The fish was definitely fresh, grilled and served whole with a side of lemon and olive oil (which, i later found out when the bill came, was not included- they charged for the bread, olive oil and lemon separately- crazy!)
... not a fan to be honest. While at the house Arika reads us our fortune after each coffee. There are a few steps involved - once you have finished you tip the cup upside down onto the saucer. You then swirl it around and sit it on the table. Once the cup is cool, it's then time to turn the cup over and your fortune is told. I won't spill our secrets but it all sounds positive:) Tomorrow we head to ...
... corn......healthier than most of our usual beach fare. After a full beach afternoon, we headed into the town of Cesme for dinner. From the harbor there you can see the Greek island of Chios and the town is a popular sailing and ferry port. There was a small castle that we explored as the sunset. Larissa had headed home early with tired kids and we managed to make our way home without her ...