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... had another yummy Turkish feast and watched the sunset.
Oh before we got to the village we stopped at a leather factory who gave us a real fashion parade and I got a leather jacket for my birthday from Daz and a gorgeous silver ring with a local gem. It was an expensive day for poor old Daz, including the doctors bill!
We finished the night by having waterpipe ...
... imagining a thriving city.
Ephesus was built in the 10th century BC, and had a population of about 50,000 during the Roman period. It is believed that the Gospel of John was written here. Paul wrote his letter to the Ephesians while in prison in Rome, after living in Ephesus for some time.
As we wander around the ancient city, ending at the Great Theatre for ...
... half of the price!
First of all, we walked to the train station to confirm the price of the tickets. They didn´t have a luggage room but we knew from other backpackers that there was a hotel (Hotel Artemis) really close to the train station where we could leave our bags for TL 5 per item. We did so, got a map and headed to Ephesus.
Since we didn´t want to waste more money for transportation we decided to walk (of course, you can take a minibus ...
... they have kids, but I would love be their honorary adopted goddaughter. We also met Michigan alums, who were also in our tour group! They were in their early 30s and were an Indian couple. The husband went to UPitt Med and the wife graduated from the B School. They were pretty boss status! After lunch, we went to a pottery making place and saw a workshop. It wasn't too different than the one we went to in Cappadocia. After, we went to one of my favorite ...
... wonderment as Barbara took the long and winding road back to the ship. A final postscript to this was as we sat on the balcony as the boat left Kusadasi we could hear the plaintive cry of the salesmen from the tower of the local mosque offering a vastly reduced price. She's a hard headed woman, she's a lady and I think I might pick another time to ask about surround sound!!! Six song titles today and time to prepare for Katakolon ...