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... sleep when we're back in Sweden!!!
We visited the small market town of Tire and then had lunch in Selcuk before visiting the Church of Saint John and the Castle nearby. Then we had a short trip to the quaint village of Sirince.
Then back to Kusadasi. Next we're off to Rhodes for two days before we return here.
... and Santorini. Sure, the boat can manage it - it crosses the Atlantic for Carribean cruises - but we probably cannot! It will require tying down everything loose inside and pinning ourselves to our beds! The decision is made to sleep overnight in Samos, do an island trip in the morning, spend the afternoon in town and motor overnight tomorrow night to Santorini. Mykanos will be added after that and we will still have time to add an extra island that Joseph will select.
... in an ancient courtyard.
When we got back to the town we wondered through the bazaar. We bought a whirling dervish from potter and were fascinated by a blue hobbit-sized door - the potter explained it used to be the woman's entrance in building 2000 years old. We were too hot by this time so headed back to the air conditioning on the ...
It's 11am Thursday now. A sea day on way to Split Croatia.
Last night was Chocolate night on the ship. 2 hours of non-stop chocolate deserts. See pics and you will know what I mean.
This morning I went to the senior officers meeting for a Q&A session with the ships captain, chief engineer and hotel director.
The captain is from Sweden, with a masters license to drive any ship of any kind on any waters. He was ...
... how opulent and large they were. Yvonne called them the Versailles of The Roman Era.
We also visited the location thought to have been the home of the Virgin Mary. Surprisingly it was not really close to Ephesus, but isolated in the forest, high on the hill near Ephesus. It is now a small church dedicated to her.
The other activity today was a visit to a leather goods manufacturer in the area. Turkey is famous for its leather goods ...