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... let alone Croesus and Midas!! Ertunga is an erudite and passionate historian and tells the story of his area so well, it is such a pity that the crowds all head to Ephesus there were only a handful of people at each site. In some ways good for us but so many are missing a treat. Back at the port we go to Cafe Bistro for the free Wifi, free with any cup of coffee! actually it was very good coffee and a fast connection and a ...
... Anatalya and after more GPS misguidance, found Aspendos (Aspestos is my way of remembering it) which was an ancient Greco-Roman city. founded around 1000 BC by Greeks on the Eurymedon River. The amphitheatre has been renovated and is still used today. (More pics)
Well we have been here just over 2 weeks and now is the time to be moving on. Our lovely family left 2 days ago,and we miss them so much. We leave in the morning heading for Oludeniz where hopefully we meet Eric and co,before departing for Pamuakka and the mineral springs. We had a lovely time here,last night we went with Zenep supermarket shopping,and then Jenny and ...
... off we go tomorrow (can't wait to get back on the bike) to Fethiye to meet up with a former work colleague of Brian's Eric and his wife and friends, also, hopefully 2 Korean girls we met up with in Cappadocia. Our 2 weeks at the Sato Hotel have been wonderful, we met Boran, Zeynep and Batuhan last year when we stayed over for 3 nights and definitely wanted to come again this year. We will be very sad to leave them ...
Had a wake up call at 6.30am this morning to make sure we were up for our mad dash into Turkey. We berthed in the town of Kusadasi, jumped on a coach and headed for the ancient town of Ephesus. Originally it was created by the Greeks, was taken by the Romans and was used as a bustling harbour town until it's demise around 700AD due to the nearby river silting the harbour and making ...