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... write notes and place them on a wall by the house in hopes they will be answered by the Virgin Mary. We wrote one on a scrap of paper we head. As the site is so small and we had 45 minutes we went round again to make sure we hadn't missed anything! Next stop was Ephesus. Ephesus is an ancient city that dates back to 6000 BC. The temple of Artemis is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. We saw all the sites in the city including the Grand Theater and Celsius ...
I woke up to the sound of rain this morning, which was a bit of a surprise, as everyone had said how warm and sunny Turkey was going to be. None the less, I headed out to find a tourist information and try and organize the net couple of days.
With the city being chaotic, even in the rain, it was hard to find my way around. And then when I did find an appropriate place, no one spoke English. But the whole morning wasn't unsuccessful as I got the timetable for ...
... neighborhood, also pretty run down with crumbling buildings and very quiet. No one really walking around, eating, buying or anything. Lots of great photos and very peaceful.
From there, we got back in the car and headed to Eyüp, a very conservative, Muslim area. Because it was Friday, ...
I'll admit it, I was nervous when I boarded the plane for Izmir - after all, I haven't seen this side of my family since I was nine years old. What are they like? Will they like me? Will they be disappointed that I don't know Turkish? A number of questions were swimming through my head as I waited to board my plane. All of my concerns washed away when I walked through the terminal exit and saw ...
... bus that's been our 'home' since Gaziantep. We drive on through the community and head up Mt. Pagos for a hillside view of the harbor and the town below us, though it is pretty hazy. We stop off in a small cafe for a coke or a coffee and relax for a bit on their open balcony before heading out to the hotel to check in. Nearly every inch of the hillside below us is covered with buildings, the smaller homesteads surround us at the top, leading down to the water and the high ...