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... 8230;. This is the site of the world’s first shopping mall." It’s actually quite easy to close the eye of the mind and picture Emperor Hadrian, apostle Paul and countless others going about their business, framed by the same hills that we see today.
But, it’s not the same. The Romans are gone, the sea has receded and Ephesus now ...
... Sorry for the lengthy posting. Sea days have lots of spare time. With no unlimited internet access, blogging offline became a good time killer. It's very comfortable out on the sun desk with blue skies, baking in the sun with no sweat!
It's 11pm now on the sea day. Tomorrow morning we arrive in Split Croatia at 11am.
We hope to find a beach and swim.
Now is Split, Croatia... Uploading offline blog ...
... things. I don’t recall the port streetscape at all. It’s quite a bustling place and the Turks are very friendly and warm. They seem to love Australians and can get their mouths around G’day Mate very easily. LOL.
Once you get through customs there is a shopping mecca. We bought some quirky shoes, jeans that are original copies, and a couple of handbags. Peter even bought a leather jacket. Helen and Phillip reckon they saw ...
This morning, we rose early to head to Ephesus. We wanted to beat the big tour busses and the hot midday sun.
Ephesus is an ancient roman city. The ruins that remain there are incredible. Again, we walked to the bus terminal and hopped on a dolmus which took off moments after we boarded.
I wonder if ...
Here we are again in Kusadasi...I think this is our fourth visit, our last one just two weeks ago. We have seen Ephesus and the Terrace houses a couple of times on previous cruises, so we elected to join another couple today, and take a look at some lesser known places. We visited two ancient Greek cities, now ruins, which were at one time seaports but now lie miles inland due to the silting up of the local rivers.
It was a beautiful drive about 45 ...