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We took a short side trip to Selcuk today to visit Ephesus. We were reminded again how much time and energy even the simplest trip takes- 30 minute cab plus 90 minute wait plus 60 minute flight plus 90 minute wait plus 60 minute train ride plus cab to B&B equals.... a long day. Our Selcuk B&B was really nice- decorated in an atmospheric Turkish bordello style ...
... village called Şirince, where we shopped around at some small local shops and (most importantly) tasted some local wine. Oscar showed us his favorite wine shop and introduced us to the shop owners. They were very nice and welcomed us to try several different wines. We tasted quite a few, so I can't remember all of them, but I know we tried melon, blackberry, black mulberry, and sour cherry. All delicious.
After purchasing a ...
... all the way. From the airport we went to two coastal towns near the city The first was the town of Alacata, Oscar told us that the town was famed for the sport of wind surfing and was one of the top three sites for it in the world, however on this day the air and waters were flat and blue letting us even see the grasses growing under the waves. Then we walked around the desolate town as it was the ...
... at 6.30am and was met by a brisk 3 degree temperate. The locals say it crept down to -3 overnight and that there was snow about, as we were 1200metres above sea level (cheers everyone that told me Turkey would be warm).
None the less, when I got there, I booked my overnight bus to Istanbul (yes I know, what was I thinking, two in two nights, but I had no choice if I wanted to see everything). To get away from the cold, I took refuge in a local cafe and had breakfast ...
We have been so incredibly lucky with the weather during our trip. Rain is not uncommon this time of year, and we haven't seen a drop...and it has been HOT! Hot, hot, hot!
Our sightseeing today was to Pamukkale and Hierapolis. Though these are technically two different sites they are in exactly the same area.
First we explored Pamukkale, home to famous and beautiful ...