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... a good campsite with showers compared to Boomerang which had little else other than a bar to keep the Aussies happy on Anzac day.
After a better nights sleep I was up at 6am and had my first run for nearly a week, washed some clothes and had a cold shower just as other campers started to emerge from their tents.
In the morning I helped with supply shopping for the group for lunch etc then bought a Turkish puzzle ring ...
... at the enemy. The inclined roadway into the inner part of the city might have been the inspiration for the Trojan horse story by Homer. Given how narrow the gateways are, and how unlikely it is that a horse large enough to contain a dozen master soldiers would be accepted blindly, it still makes your imagination run wild as you walk the centuries. During the day's drive south to Kusadasi, we passed many kinds of fields. Olive ...
... in Morocco, where
they show you how they raise the silkworms, extract the silk from the worms
with a special machine, and watch Turkish women create rug masterpieces out of
them, with beautiful designs. I actually liked the ones I saw in Morocco more.
There was one in particular that I remember loving because it had a lot of
pretty shades of blue and turquoise. Next, we went to the coastal town of
Dikili. Our hotel was a block away from the beach and we swam ...
... possibly St. John and even the Virgin Mary walked these streets at one time.
The highlight of the tour was visit to the “Terrace Houses”. These houses were spectacular multiple level condominiums complete with running water, sewage and indoor private steam baths. Some in Ephesus definitely lived large. The ultimate fate of Ephesus is interesting. The city,built at the mouth of the Cayster river, is now three miles ...
... br> We got off the boat at Samos and had in mind the coastal village and beach of Kokarri to stay at. Usually we take it in turns, one of us has a tea or coffee and holds the backpacks while the other goes off and organises transport and accommodation it stops arguments gives one a break and the other a bit of autonomy, today was my turn to negotiate. I tried to find a bus station but all I could locate was a ...