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... From here we go to the ancient and once vibrant city of Ephesus which had a population of more than 250,000 in its hay days and is now an archaeological site. The marble streets lead to Hadrian's Temple, ancient baths, the library of Celsus, the huge theatre that seats over 25,000 which still has perfect acoustics and in recent times concerts were held here including Sting. ...
... feature where the tour groups stopped. After we walked back into town for a late lunch at a little local cafe, which we had a toasted sandwich with some sort of salami's, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and sauces which were delicious. We wandered around Selcuk itself taking in this beautiful town, pinching a couple of oranges off the fruit tree lined footpaths and the sunshine before hopping back on the train. Oh and we saved a tortoise that was stuck on his back and watched him ...
... while Dr. Breitenburg and Michael went up further to record us.
I'm not sure about anyone else, but I thought we'd sing just a couple of songs. We ended up singing almost our entire set! It was not perfect, but I think it certainly could have been worse, especially considering we didn't warm up at all and not everyone was feeling well. Our first song was "Entarisi," which is rather difficult for most of us. I can only speak for myself, but ...
... this morning, as I was both checking out but also had a chocker-block day planned. So after an early traditional Turkish breakfast of breads and cheeses, I quickly headed up to Kadifekale, which is the fort lookout over the whole town.
On the walk there, I had the pleasure of walking through the real Turkish slums. Even though I've seen Morocco, it's still incredible to experience how people live this way. But after about twenty minutes of zigging and zagging through the slums ...
... a separate room and spread out three or four – absolutely no hard sell, he knew I wasn’t interested and we had a very pleasant chat about our two lovely Nain rugs, how much I’d paid (excellent investment apparently), and that was about it. No harm in looking and they were lovely for sure.
The temple of Artemis was the last of the historical sites for the day, not that anything exists here at all any more other than a couple of ...