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... Those groups are the hearty off-season travelers around these here parts. And the restaurant touts will come out on the street and yell Chinese and Korean invitations to people walking by. Menus and signs are in Korean and Chinese and English. We hardly meet any Americans on this trip.
We actually met a group of 5 guys from Michigan yesterday, but that's rare. We did meet a nice family from ...
... travertines is in fact Hierapolis - an ancient city built on hot springs dating back to 2nd century BC and now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. So we started our day exploring the ruins which really are incredible - yet more tombs, even multi story tombs and some so big that they had stone staircases…….stairway to heaven how very apt. As we trekked further into the ruins of this ancient city, they ...
... it was a mixture of both awe at such an amazing looking wonder but some disappointment in seeing how the bulging tourist population was actually damaging it. (Brendon having been here before in 2005 could certainly atest to this).Once we had had our fill of the landscape we took to exploring the ruins of the old heiropolis, as said earlier the springs have long been used for their healing properties and none more so than during the time in which Turkey was part of the ...
Today I found myself in quite a melting pot of Australians :). Although the tour to Pamukkale/Hierapolis was pretty heterogeneous (couples from Australia, India, Canada, and two guys from Singapore), the tour bus was decked out with Australian flags and a small koala bear keychain. Even my hotel has various homages to Down Under placed throughout the lobby, and I'm not even staying at one of the various "Wallabies" hotels around town. I never knew that so many ...
Around the second amphitheater, the crowds were massive. I felt glad that this magnificence was being shared by so man people.
Earlier on, I had acquired a "Moses Staff" (see photographs). I used it in order to pose as a tour guide thereby parting the tourists like Moses parted the Red sea. Good fun!
Wearily, we returned to the truck three hours later and the “Moses Tour” was over. What a wonderful ...