Denizati Holiday Village
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I had heard of Ephesus, but really didn't know anything about it.
Now, I sure do.
First of all, we did not dock there. The closest port is the Turkish resort town of Kusadasi. A crew member told us that when he first came here five or six years ago, it was a small, sleepy town with a few stores and rooming houses along the waterfront.
Now, it’s a bustling city, with a number of ...
... hmmm. Guy manages to persuade the guide to let Hilli walk off with a selection of yarns used for weaving. Not bad, eh... uber-woolly-pully-joy! The impact of visiting Ephesus is not easily put into words. Even pictures can barely do the place justice. The sheer size and state of preservation of the amphitheatre where Paul preached (and where a bloodthirsty mob was subsequently stirred up against him by the precious-metal smiths)... the incredible intricacy ...
After 7 hours in a public bus, comfortable but they only stopped once so for five hours we had to cross our legs which was not easy for me lol . We spent the two days on Selcuk a little town on the outskirt of Izmir. we did our usual orientation walk and as usual Sukru found our an authentic restaurant, i had dried mussels very nice. We do love our starters so needless to say we are very ...
... 2 hours walking the age old walkways and marveled at the sophistication of the time. It dates to the 10th Century B.C. and the city's importance as a commercial center declined as the harbor was slowly silted up by the Cayster River. It is a gargantuan site and easily the most impressive archaeological site in Turkey.
Enjoyable Stay in Selcuk
We had ...
... his son supposedly made. He also wrote our names in Arabic and presented them to us with great reverence. From there we drove to “Bizim Ev”, a restaurant again recommended by Maggie, which was home cooking in a garden setting. Tour buses stop here, but fortunately we had the place to ourselves. The food just keeps getting better and better! I’m subjecting my digestive juices to all kinds of new taste sensations, so I hope they can keep ...