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A very lazy start to today as we had no pressing appointments and nowhere special to go. After some very creative packing and a lovely extended breakfast we set off for a last look at Izmir, a place we have both come to enjoy. We have learned some funny new sayings, enjoyed the food, enjoyed the people who have been very welcoming and generally grown to appreciate a country we had little knowledge of. ...
... Taksi (taxi) drivers smokin in their car while transporting passengers. Tons of animals on the street that seem to belong to no one in particular, just part of the neighborhood....people leave bowls of water everywhere for them. The packaging for American products is really cool too. Our dish soap brand is "Fairy". Even the instant coffee is delicious...as are their candies/pastries.
Ventured out a bit last night ...
Izmir , Turkey
A city with a long history
Location: In western side of Turkey on the Aegean coast
Currency: Turkish Lira
Sites to visit: Saat Kulesi (Clock Tower), Konak Pier
Cities near: Efes Antique City, ...
... forward to some free time to explore and rest but now we were booked up again. We got on the bus and headed to the small but mighty town of Alašatı. We had driven about an hour or so from Izmir and when we stepped off of the bus to see what Oscar had planned for us, we were speechless. This change in the iteneray tasty had originally annoyed us quickly became well worth it! It was truly our first panoramic view, and it was a ...
... having 70,000 people killed. That showed them he meant business! He was succeeded by his son and grandson so there was a bit of nepotism going on. There is a fallen wall decoration of Nike along here, in very good shape too.
This narrow road (about 4 – 5m across I guess) would have had shops along one side, important ones would have been many food shops where people ate rather than cooking in their own homes – they had no facilities ...