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... couple of hours to walk the streets at our leisure before being picked up and taken to lunch. Izmir, third largest city in Turkey, some interesting sights sounds and smells. Followed by s buffet style lunch, there seems to be a pattern forming....and then on towards Ayvaik and the Grand Hotel ...
... ancient sights that could be picked out on the hills. If we had more time it would have been interesting to walk between and around the small villages, but we need to keep moving. The houses in yjis atea are low and made if large stones, they remind us if the ones in Tibet, the farmers seem to mostly have goats, not slot else would find enough grazing in the scrubby landscape. The farmers have built large round animal shelters out if boulders ...
There are hectares and hectares of olive groves, just seems to go on and on.
Our hotel was beautiful, right on the edge of the sea, we had coffees sitting over the sea. Dinner was down the street, at a restaurant over the sea where we were served by a Kurdish man who spoke good English and enjoyed talking to us as well.
... channel, topped up the diesel tank at the local marina, then spent the evening anchored in a beautiful secluded bay with pine trees growing down to the waters edge
Thought we should check out the towns on the edge of the ‘lake’ so entered the little fishing harbour of Avlik and tied off beside the fishing boats. The buildings here are very Greek as this area was occupied ...
... which has all the original pieces from the Acropolis and other interesting exhibits like money, weapons and clothes. This was where a lot of the intact sculptors were place to protect them that didn’t end up in the Berlin museum when the place was raided by so called archaeologists.
We had a very busy day and felt we had achieved much but were actually stuffed. However we are off the Secuk tomorrow where Ephesus ruins are ...