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... they later regretted the entire trip).
That afternoon, Michelle went back to the port to use wifi, and I napped by the pool. We did our usual with the group – cocktails and then on to dinner. While we were eating, we suddenly heard a series of beeps overhead. The Holland couple asked one of the Dutch crew members what this meant, and he calmly replied that it was the fire alarm and that maybe someone was smoking a cigarette. ...
... After viewing the monument of St. John we boarded the bus and headed for lunch. Lunch was served at one of the local all inclusive resorts along the current coastline of the Aegean Sea. The hotel was called Richmonds Ephesus. When we entered the restaurant, there were about 10 people dressed up as ancient Roman citizens and had costumes for us to wear during lunch if we wanted. Amanda and I were a couple of the few people who took them up on the offer. It was fun! I ...
... and then for about 20 mins these models (M&F) did their thing showing off some of the garments that were later for sale in a showroom. Like all these tourist traps once you are in the salesroom there is a salesperson assigned to you and they follow you everywhere. Some of our group spent up and got discounts of 65%
Dinner was a walk into town and to watch the sunset.
Tomorrow we move on again. This place is worth a revisit.
... Vietnam as we head inland tomorrow. Most of the locals thought I was a bit loopy as I was the only one in the sea but Howard would have been proud as I swam about 1/2 mile out to a small lightouse and back again. Back at the campsite I had a wonderful hot shower as the solar panels were now working and ready for a beer, read a book and chill before tea.
Bye for now and thanks to those leaving comments which all helps spur me on. Cheers
Hadrian's Temple : Built to honor Emperor Hadrian who came to visit Ephesus from Athens in 128 AD. Features four Corinthian columns with leafy capitals and a curved arch. The reliefs over the lintels depict the myth of Ephesus' creation (Androklos shooting a boar, Dionysus in ceremonial procession and the Amazons). This temple is one of the highlights of the site.
Public Toilets : The facilities, complete with plumbing systems.