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This morning was an 8.00 am pick for our tour to the UNESCO Heritage listed ancient city of Hierapolis in Pumukkale (meaning cotton castle). Hierapolis name means "sacred city" and was believed by the ancients to have been founded by the god Apollo. It is famed for its hot springs which people believe its springs have healing powers. We had a quick breakfast and met our tour guard Mehet in the lobby. Mehet explained it was ...
... We go to move on and the next bit is covered arches and tunnel like hallways, looking up into the first bit I can see larger cracks running the length of the low narrow ceiling. The other thing running through my mind is that Turkey makes New Zealand look geologically stable. Full blown claustrophobic panic attack and that was the end of touring the terraced houses. Shame really because it did look interesting. I did suggest to Stephen that he carried ...
... 8217;s my turn for the bubbles.
Laying down on my stomach again, the man takes what I can best describe as a big cheesecloth sack and dips it in a bucket. He does this little maneuver and the sack is now puffed up with air, pinching off the top. With his other hand he wrings out the sack, grasping it at the neck and running his fist down, squeezing out a massive mound of bubbles on me. A couple rounds of this and I disappear ...
... been rebuilt 4 times and this is the third one which was the seaport which is now 6 miles from the sea due to the silt. So we wander in with our guide and start to walk done the marble laid streets that once chariots used to come down and Cleopatra strolled when she spent the winter year 188 in Ephesus together with Antonius. There were many buildings that were highlights for us, the library which had a facade of 2 stories but was 3 stories ...
... br> On our last day we went for an outing into the hills to a little place called Sirince. It is a village of about 600 inhabitants so it was no wonder that we bumped into the partner of one of the brothers running our Guest House in Selcuk. She invited us to her house where we had a cup of apple tea and great views over the valley. After wandering around the village for a while we returned to Selcuk by minibus.