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Students were assigned some group presentation topics during the week before we left on the trip. Each group researched their topic and prepared a 15 minute presentation to be given during the course of the trip.
The first student presentation was given today on the bus ride from Ephesus to Izmir. Presenters were Bennie Ashton, Taylor Campbell, and Will Hundley. A summary of their comments is below, along with ...
... be a conductor, and the rest of them pretend to be in an orchestra. He had them pretending to be animals, and saying ridiculous things, and made one woman forget her name. I'd been very skeptical about the show to start with, but it was happening right in front of me! Very, very cool. That night was a 70s themed night, which kicked off with a dance in the Centrum, with all the cruise staff, dressed as Village People, Michael Jackson etc. After some drinks at the bar, Laura went ...
... Hadrian’s Villa. Some of us paid the 15 Lira extra to visit inside a covered compound that protects excavations of the wealthy terrace houses that have some very well preserved mosaics and artwork. Huge houses and so close together. Just boggles my mind to think I am walking on the same ground/paths of those who lived here thousands of years ago and to wonder what their life was like and what they would think of us today.
After the Ephesus tour, we had the ...
... to while away a few hours. Walked back to even though it was 40+ degrees. ( must be going mad)
Did a guided tour the second day there. Went to where the tomb of Mary is ( yes, i know i said it was in Jerusalem but the Turks claim it is here. Who knows who is right?). A nice little church but nothing special. Then to the city of Ephesus . It is pretty well preserved ( when compared to other sites) and one could imagine what it looked like in its ...
... Greeks were pretty much perfectionists and the Romans built ordinary stuff and then put pretty stuff like marble over the top of it to make it look good. Please don't quote me on that :-) I understand that after the Romans were ousted a lot of the marble from Pergamon was taken and used in Istanbul to build the Hagia Sofia.
The next day we visited the jewel in the crown: Ephesus. I haven't even seen ruins like this in Greece - certainly not in Rome :-) ...
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