More Lazy Days

Trip Start Aug 28, 2008
Trip End Sep 19, 2008

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Monday, September 15, 2008

Monday 8 September
Walk in the morning Beach in the afternoon and cooked own meatballs.
Tuesday 9 September
Internet to book tickets Perth to Brisbane and Brisbane to Auckland in the morning lunch by beach and then beach.
Wedesday 10 September
Icmeler market in the morning, Beach in the afternoon and Football England v Croatia in the evening. Watched in the red Lion British Pub.
Thursday 11 September
Most of day at the beach and back for Turkish night at our Hotel. Belly Dancer and Break Dancers included.
Friday 12 September
Booked trip to Rhodes and walked via Bazaar where Bev purchased a Table Cloth. Afternoon at the beach not our usual spot as it was full. Staff not as good. Dinner in our Room.
Saturday 13 September
Doesn't feel so hot today only 31 according to the sign. Walked around back of Marmaris.
Instead of the beach today we went and watched Man Utd play Liverpool in a bar. There is an Old Trafford bar which was full with more turning up all the time. Well decked out though and all the chants recorded etc. We stopped at a quieter place beer on YTL2.50 (less thanú1.25) but Fanta YTL6 for the same size!!
Went out for dinner at a nice restaurant between beach and port. Dodgy wine though. Then walked along port and beach before all got too loud.
Sunday 14 September
Starting to struggle now and Bev had a problem getting going this morning. Afternoon spent on the beach and evening in as an early start tomorrow to go to Rhodes
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