Around the World, Travel


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Ultima excursie in Kusadasi a fost pe apa, cu un vaporas. Am vazut multe plaje ascunse, iar apa era atat de albastra si cristalina incat fundul marii se vedea chiar daca apa depasea 10 metri adancime.The last piece about my trip to Kusadasi is about the boat trip we took. We’ve seen so many hidden beaches and the water was so blue and clear that we could see the bottom even if the water was 10 meters deep.
Am luat pranzul la bord si apoi, unul dintre insotitori a decis sa sara de pe o stanca inalta in apa. Cascadoria i-a iesit bine.On the boat, we had lunch and then this crazy guy decided to jump from a high cliff in the water. Thank God he was OK.
Am vazut si cum arata un arici de mare.We even saw up close a sea urchin.
La final am petrecut cateva ore pe “Plaja Cleopatrei”, una dintre cele mai frumoase plaje din zona. Nisipul este extrem de alb si fin. Se pare ca a fost adus direct din Egipt, pentru Cleopatra. Regina se simtea bine in acest loc, dar, fiind nemultumita de nisipul rosiatic de pe plaja, a cerut ca o portiune sa fie refacuta cu nisip … de la ea de acasa. E interzis sa pleci cu nisip de acolo, una dintre colegele noastre de excursie a fost prinsa cu nisip intr-o sticla. Ghidul i-a convins cu greu pe politisti sa nu o amendeze. Sincer, dupa ce am vazut acest loc frumos, am inteles de ce Cleopatra s-a simtit atat de bine aici 🙂We’ve ended the ride with a few hours on “Cleopatra’s Island” which had one of the most beautiful beaches. The sand is white and soft. The story is that the sand was brought from Egypt especially for Cleopatra. The Queen had a soft spot for this place 🙂 and now, so do I.

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