Archive for July, 2007
Day 31: Taking a three day trip on a Turkish sloop (so-called locally, a “Blue Cruise” or “Blue Voyage”) is one of the classic travel experiences for which many people come to Turkey. Crusing up the coast and stopping every now and then to enjoy a dip at a sheltered swimming spot is a great […]
Day 31: Pictured here are our friends Anthea and Andrew, fresh from their travels through China, Iran, Syria, Jordan and Eastern Turkey.
Don’t they both look employable!
Andrew: Professional. Currently reading The Economist. Favourite movie: Casablanca.
Anthea: Treasury-trained economist now saving the world.Currently reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Favourite movie: Not Anchorman.
There was a nice roof terrace and our first Turkish hotel breakfast was quite tasty
Day 30: Goodbye to Greece and hello to Turkey.
Early start this morning and a lot of travel: a short walk to Rhodes commercial harbour, ferry from Rhodes to Marmaris, clearing Turkish immigration, walk to town, servis bus to the bus station (otogar), bus to Fetihye, another bus to Kas, walk to our hotel where we […]
the very friendly and thoughful owners made our stay very pleasant, and the location, away from the cruise ships in a quieter part of rhodes old town, was ideal.
This of course confirms my long-held belief that The Age is a discerning, reputable broadsheet of the highest quality. Who could disagree?
views back over the Old Town and sympathetic lighting made the palace a wondrous place to walk through
It’s not everyday that you make friends with a dog at an airport. We were just sitting at Heraklion Airport in Crete