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... was the size of Raley field! Lunch was what they used to eat in Biblical times, was delicious! Fish, breads, soup, crazy yougert with nuts and lamb stew. The place was like the smaller version of the Midevil Times. Looked real new. A short drive up from that is the house of the Vergin Mary. Was a simple home but a real nice one. Drank and collected some water that was blessed by Her as well. We also had a small mass with a priest from Colorado! Was a ...
... dancing and unlimited drinks. You can guess how that turned out!! A lot of fun tho and worth not feeling 100% the next day. And best dance moves went to our bus driver, who also dances while he's driving us. It's quite an art!! He also turned the bus back to the hotel into a rave, complete with strobe lighting. Good man. Day 5: Konya (23 July) Today we drove to Konya, which is basically just a stopover point on our way to Fethiye tomorrow. We stopped at ...
... and then walked the access road lined with cooling shade of the pine trees and out the exit to run the gamut of lots of shop keepers.
Our next brief stop was to look at the ruins of Artemis Temple which really has only one column left and currently houses a stork’s nest on the top of it – the neatest I’ve ever seen - with 3 babies tho’ our guide said they are no longer babies. One of the parents was ...
... who performed a belly dance. This was entertaining .
Anya and I found a guy with two baby rabbits that he was using to coax tourist into photographing and then charging, so of course we couldn't resist. We had lovely cuddles of the baby rabbits and the mother rabbit then chose a "special" wish for us from his tray of wishes.
We have met a lot of other Australians touring Turkey. It seems very ...
... diplomatic approach may have saved many lives otherwise unnecessarily lost against the might of the growing Roman empire at the time!
Our guide assured us that Bergama was the site of many firsts, including:
- Hospital: claim to the snake symbol as the first to represent healing/medical centre.
- Clapping – when the Emperor kept falling asleep during performances (3 x in a row), the audience of commoners had to ...