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... stop, we went to the ruins of the Basilica of St John the Apostle, who had probably brought Mary from Jerusalem after the crucifixion, and eventually settled here after a period of exile. From the hill there are wonderful views, including the one column standing from the Temple of Artemis . Following the hot walk, we settled for a social lunch , and very nice it turned out. Had my fix of olives and ...
... floors and fresco's on the walls. Some of the fresco's are being painstakingly restored. We went in the ancient theatre which had marble stairs which we had to take care when walking on them. I was so careful but, on my last step I slipped and fell...thankfully Peter was holding my hand at the time which broke my fall, however I managed to give my elbow a good whack as I landed. Nothing broken, thank goodness! The whole area of the ruins had many patches of shady trees where ...
... creams and jumped back in the gondola to descend. Once we were all accounted for, we set off once again for another three hours of travel to reach Kusadasi on the coast of the Aegean Sea. By 6pm we had arrived and went straight to the buffet which tonight was rather average considering our amazing food the night before. After a few mandatory beers in the bar we returned to our room. From our balcony we could see and hear the local people celebrating their national day ...
... Ephesus. All in all, very interesting s this was one of the wonders of the ancient world, long with the temple of Artemis, which was a wonder of the world in its time, although there is only a column or to still standing.
After this tour, we are invited to visit a traditional carpet weaving factory where we are taken through the process of extracting the silk and the weaving of the silk followed by showing us a large number of the rugs ...
... and the birthdate would be in recognition of their first life, and the date of death would be when their body most recently left the earth – but they will be back, maybe as a dog or a bird or something else. Geoki (pronounced Gherkin, like the pickle!) – the house boy – told us this.
Kelly, Ralph and I took an evening stroll through the village, and I asked for permission to take photos of the elderly women with missing teeth sitting ...