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... He's off my ****-list and all is good between us.
Today I go into the office to catch up with my good friends, have a big Japanese lunch, and maybe do a little work. I'll finish the afternoon with a visit to the YMCA for a steam bath, sauna and hot tub, the closest I can get to a hamam experience. I will then do a spin class to retain my conditioning and kill time to avoid traffic congestion on the return trip to my sanctuary in Shaw****n Lake. ...
The people of Ephesus were prosperous and busy. The temple of Artemis provided plenty of employment, especially for the silver smiths who made images of the goddess. Ephesus was the fourth largest city of the Roman Empire built on hillsides around the valley of the River Cayster. In Paul’s time it was a port on the coast of the land we know as Turkey. Its stone paved streets were lined with marble columns, ...
... industrial tools - and they filled the footpath making it really hard to even walk down the street. Plus dodging all the crazy drivers - we were lucky to even survive the walk! After Gary was feeling better (which was about 2.30pm) we decided to mission it to the Blue Mosque. We took the tram instead of walking to save Gaza and our legs... Only took about 10minutes. Thankfully because it was a Monday the place wasn't quite as ...
Our group then took a trip to the Grand Bazaar. I know, you're probably thinking, "I've never heard of a bazaar" or "Actually, I've never heard of anything Rachel is talking about in this bloody blog." And a lot of it is new to me, as well! Anyway, the Grand Bazaar is a market that inspired the creation of malls. Who knew that started in Turkey?? THANK YOU, TURKEY!! It was filled with over 4000 shops- all run by Turkish men ...
... young woman offered her help. She introduced herself as Gizem (Gee-zem), which means "mystery" in Turkish, and told us that she had also been on Bozcaada with us! She then told us that we had literally been the talk of the island because we were the only ones who would hike 6.5 km each way to the beach to swim in the cold Mediterrenean! She then proceeded to ask us about our trip a bit, and then INVITED US TO STAT WITH HER IN ISTANBUL! We accepted gratefully, and she ...