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... in here from about 2C BC to 4C AD then it gradually was used less and less, and pretty much left alone since the 4th century after a series of earthquakes wrecked much of it, and the buildings were partly cannibalised after that but there’s a reasonable amount left standing and is gradually being restored. Also along from the natural pools there’s an old Turkish fort, a few walls left and with gardens extending along the plateau so ...
Another short walk from the ship to the port gates and the city is right there. The locals at the gate were more aggressive about selling taxi and bus tours but we just wanted to walk along the park-like boulevard along the water front. We did find out that the hop on/hop off bus was 10 euro each. The men size you up to decide what nationality you are so what language to speak to you in. At other ports they have go it right with english but here Jim was ...
Early start today to hopefully beat the crowds and the heat to Ephesus, another amazing archeological site so amazing to think over a quarter of a million people lived here two thousand years ago. Some of the remains are still in amazing condition. Especially as Turkey is prone to earthquakes. From here we went to visit a traditional carpet making coop. How amazing these women are such artists I now understand why Turkish rugs are so expensive the intricate ...
... we were clueless as to how the day would progress. All of us were very pleasantly surprised by how well the next few hours went. We met with some of the faculty of the high school, with an English professor offering us a short presentation about the school; what the general mission of the school was, what "a day in the life was like," what kind of government interaction and oversight the school had, etc.
After this was when things got really interesting. Our ...
Deep breath, here we go.
At long last, the much talked about Islamic holiday, Kurban Byram, arrived last week. This gave Ryan and myself an opportunity to do some traveling in the region. We spent four days jumping back and forth between Izmir, Sirince, Selšuk, and Bursa.
Izmir is dense, in the same way the Istanbul is dense. It's a port city, resting on the Aegean, backed by mountains. I still do not really know where to come down on the place, as I've ...
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