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... I like to be creative with my cooking but even I have been flummoxed by the restriction of one cooking ring that worked and one solitary saucepan. There’s only so much blooming chicken stew you can eat…...phwark! But that one cooking ring did multi-task and became a toaster too when we felt the urge for a little bit of toast.
By the time we left there were only a handful ...
... making our own way back to the ship. This was walking distance as the ship docked very close to the town. The market store owners were not as pushy as they are in some places, so we had some fun negotiating prices for the items we purchased! Before we knew it, it was time to head back to the boat - at the same time as the passengers on the other ships, so it was total bedlam and took nearly half an hour standing in line in the heat.... Oh, the things they don't tell you in the ...
... are subsequently in Vienna Museums. Excavations have continued over the last century led primarily by German archeologists. Once we arrived and parked, we decided to pay for horse and buggy to take us to the top of the old city. Matthew had read that it is more pleasant to start at the top and make your way down through the ancient city for some of the best views. We hired to buggies and subsequently had a boys versus girls race to the top ...
... is a common term for initiating the Sufi path, which began in 1207 AD: a ceremony by the Samisens – only men of course! It was quite unique, and I felt we were intruding, as we viewed a very personal and private display of the person’s spiritual, mystical and religious practices to dance and music. I found the ceremony quite moving on a spiritual level, though we didn’t really understand it all. The setting was quite ...
... in about 250AD.
Matthew has been traveling independently in Greece and Turkey with a group of friends, but we bumped into them at Ephesus. He is having a very good time, and manages to fit far more into one day than we can…….but then he’s on the go non-stop whereas we need an afternoon siesta to recharge our batteries!