Travel Blogs from Cesme
Back isn't getting any better and I’m sure the jolt from the slip yesterday didn’t help! I’ll just do my extensions throughout the day to try and bring it back under control.
We took the tender into Chios around 11am and noticed people were already coming back on board – hmmmmm not a good sign.
We walked around and a peaceful protest was taking place. The town is unremarkable and didn’t hold any charm for ...
... and groups of young people here on weekend getaways, it seems. Like Sile, there were beach restaurat/bars with chairs and umbrellas for rent out front, but more spread out, no loud music playing from the bars. This is definitely a bit more upscale- a but more international as well. Many more people speak English here and I hear many different languages being spoken all around me.
... along the route. As we drove, the clouds came out and it began to rain- of course- the only rain we've had since we've been here was on the day we go to the beach. Boo.
The town itself is a harbor town. The harbor side is rocky and full of ports And docked boats. Along the harbor are ...
... is only 20-30 minutes away by boat. Banu's husband and sister arrived later that day and we all went out for dinner where we had another traditional Turkish meal. The food here is very tasty! During the second day Banu and Abru took us along to the markets, where we could only stay for an hour or so because the weather was so hot! It must have been creeping up to 40 degrees. Dinner that night was ...
... used liberally to prompt you before the light goes green. Sometimes there are lines on the road but that doesn't really matter. You must expect that anyone may enter your lane at any time and regardless of proximity. That said, I have great admiration for Larissa who travels alone in Turkey with her two young kids, straps them in and just goes with the help of her Turkish GPS. We followed ...
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Inonu Mah. 2122, 1 Sok No: 5 , Cesme | 3 star hotelfrom $58