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... 6th century BC and was replaced by a well, which still seems to be functioning, albeit filled with tadpoles.
Our final stop was Miletus, with a magnificent amphitheater. We were the only tour bus at first, giving us free run of the place.
We climbed to the top and were amazed at the excellent acoustics. Those Roman building engineers were really skilled.
Next stop: Mykonos on ...
... for you.. I guess it's the bushes.) Later we sought out some quiet back streets, listened to our Rick Steves audio guide and split looking for quieter venues. In ancient times Ephesus declined, its harbor silted up, earthquakes and invading armies knocked it down and eventually everybody moved out. Anatolian dust and dirt blew in and covered it. Archeologists have done remarkable things here; maybe not quite moving mountains but certainly moving hills. And mind you, ...
... out of their at 9pm and only 25 lire per person which is $12.50cents.
Sukru then had a little surprise for us and took us to a traditional tea house were we drank more and some men played traditional music and of course our group got up to dance. Funny thing is men are out and about everywhere but woman are not allowed not even to sit and pray at the mosque with the men its really a mans world here ;-(
As it is still Ramadan ...
... dad and I decided to walk up to a monument called the cave of seven sleepers which is believed that seven Christian kids and their dog lived in a time of another religion so they ran away and slept in a cave for 2000 years then woke up and the main religion was Christianity so in their honour the Greeks living at Ephesus built a church in the cave and people who died got their bodies stored in there. And when we came back only mum's vegetarian Gozleme was there so ...
... else brings joy to my shriveled heart, I will still love clambering over condemned and decommissioned locomotives. Oh, how I clambered.
Yes, I'm 30 years old and alone on the far side of the world with thousands of dollars.
No, there is litterally nothing I'd rather be doing with my day.
Childhood impulses thus temporarily sated, I embarked the long dark journey into the heart of Turkey to a region known as Cappadocia.