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... she was Artemis's mother. Eternal flame at Hera Temple, carried 3x/day to the Artemis Temple. Visiting Ephesus was the biggest part of our day as this is such a large site and so important in history. Next we voted to go to a local place where they served traditional Turkish food, such as Mezza, that is cooked in traditional ways. Thus is actually a school where people are learning to make Turkish carpets. We saw how the ...
We arrived at Kusadasi at 8am, besides 3 other large ships making the port very busy. To our surprise Kusadasi is very clean, not like we imagined. We spent the morning wandering the bazaar filled with hundreds of market shops selling clothes, jewellery,watches, carpets,handbags,shoes, souvenirs. My goodness by the time we had finished shopping in the markets, I was so confused with the currencies, some storekeepers take euro,some English pounds, some Turkish lira, and ...
... made hand painted everything. The man who owned the shop showed us how the product was made and painted before we got the chance to look around the massive shop. Jono and Taihape had given up on getting out of the van at this point so Keiran and I were left to shop unhindered. The ceramics were really cool, and the colours inside the shop amazing. Having found a bowl I wanted to buy I quickly found a small fault with it. This I decided was going to be my bargaining ...
... standing. On stage I felt like a mouse, if only you could hear a song in the place! Lunch was a treat! Nestled under trees we sat on the floor and watched our Turkish bread rolled out before our eyes! It was simply folded in half with a small filling inside.. Bellissimo !! One of the 7 ancient wonders of the world we visited after this. A 20mtr pillAr with a storks nest ontop! Four of us jumped off the bus as it drove pAst the centre of town, we mooches about for ...
... more enormous birds nest on the top. It was very anticlimactic. Last of all we paid a quick visit to the ruins of the Basilica of St. John. This ruined church was built in 600 AD under the rein of Emperor Justinian on the site where it was believed that St. John was buried. It kind of looks like a cross between a dump and a constructions site, but there are some marble carved structures amongst the rubble that look quiet ...