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... culture. Beyond the cultural influences that the ancient Turks have bestowed upon the world, modern Christian Turks are raising their children with Muslim or Jewish Godparents and the Jews and Muslims are doing the same. That way their kids grow up without feeling a cultural divide from other religions. He mentioned that marriage customs dictate that the a groom drink a glass of salt water and then exclaim, "this is the best drink ...
I met a traveller from an antique land
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert….
We're in Ephesus and the opening words of Shelley’s sonnet Ozymandius seem to echo from the barren hills. Our ship has docked in Kusadasi, one of the major ports in Turkey, and gateway to ancient Ephesus. Our ...
... Even so, they were good buys. Hope they will fit in our suitcases!
We found a HSBC branch and on the way back to port I slipped on the pavement and grazed my knee. At least I did it gracefully. I bruised my left knee on the bike during a kinesis class and now I’ll have a matching bruise on the other knee. Between Peter and me what else is going to happen on this trip?!
On the way back to the ship a couple of F40s (or ...
... almost every other place we've visited, Mykonos and Toulon excluded. I can understand why this side of the pond considers our interstate system a Modern Wonder of the World.
As I write this in the late evening, we are having a storm at sea that has slowed our satellite for internet, so I can't post this until after returning from Athens, but the storm has been fun to watch from our balcony (until the lightning got too close, and then we closed the curtains and hid inside. :-) ) Night. ...
... of Kusadasi,through tall hills covered with groves of olive trees. The valleys were planted with a variety of crops, primarily cotton. I'm sorry to say that it's difficult to show you the beauty of the landscape with photos...it's impossible to capture it with a camera. But I think it was the most interesting countryside I've seen on this trip, and we've seen some really great scenery!
The city of Priene was planned by a Persian (Iran today) governor ...