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We explored the ancient site of Ephesus starting with the Magnesia Gate. We also got to see the Odeon, the Fountain of Trajan, the steam baths of Scholastica and the Library of Celsus. We saw St. Paul preached at the Grand Theater, one of the largest theaters in antiquity with 24,000 seats.
We visited the remains of St. John's Basilica which overlooks Ephesus. Once a great church, it was built over a 2nd century ...
Our new plan - head back to town to the beach and swim in the Aegean Sea and spend the last of our Turkish Lyra.
After a quick dip with the locals we headed back to the bazaar where we haggled for a blue paisley pashmina and some 'bloody flip flops' . The shoe salesman who convinced Chris to invest in some 'bloody flip ...
... or so dancers, they did a 5 min skit. On down the 'main street' and back to the bus. Then we stopped at a carpet making co-operative, where we had a demonstration of carpet making on a loom. He also showed us silkworm cocoons and demonstrated how silk is spun. They showed us heaps of carpets and then there was a big push 4 us to buy one. Onto the bus, and we were nearly late on board, we were meant to have had time to look round the town.We set sail for ...
... so many different people from our ship. Most of the students are pretty amazing, we love being around them!
Cappadocia is not a city as I had thought, but rather a region, which means “Land of the Well-Bred Horses” – the name dates back to the 6th C. BC – probably Persian, and is a World Heritage Site. Cappadocia is mentioned in Acts 2:9 of the Bible, in which it is named as one of the groups ...
... a city of 240,00 people dating back to 550BC. It is particularly interesting as it has everything associated with an ancient Roman city like baths, an agora, temples, etc but it also plays an important role in early Christianity. Supposedly St. John and St. Peter lived and preached in Ephesus for a number of years, and many believe that Mary spent her last years nearby.