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... like a sauna while an attendant gives you a body scrub, wash, and massage. Neither of you or your attendant are wearing much - only something to cover the bottom half. Men and women are separate of course. Also there can be any number of other people in there at the same time. Both of us only had one other person in there, and they were both from Belgium! After the hot room you go into a different room and rinse with cold water which feels wonderful! Aside from the ...
... It was really beautiful up there and a lovely sunny day. I must admit it was a little scary up there so I'm glad we were with two other people! After this we went to Konak square and saw the clock tower before heading back to the ship. We were glad to be back as they were having a protest in Izmir an hour from the port and we wanted to avoid it. It was super loud and the people seemed very enthusiastic. I have no idea what it was about because ************e spoke ...
... while to settle in before we headed to the rooftop restaurant (casual, I know) to enjoy yet another Turkish dinner! After dinner, we took some pictures on the roof and made a group decision to go out and explore the city if Izmir! I have a really strong feeling we will regret this decision, but hey, we are only in Turkey a few more days! Lets see where the night takes us!!
Izmir, I love you!
... Finding the Agora ruins just in the middle of Izmir were amazing. Research shows that these ruins are in fact from the ancient city of Smyrna, dating back 8,500 years.
Some facts about Agora:
* the reforming of this old city was conducted by Alexander the Great.
* Smyrna withstood many earthquakes over the times. The legend states that Tantolos (founded Izmir and the son of Zeus and Plouto) betrayed the gods. As such, they punished him by striking his city with ...
... or divorce if they do. Around all this hum of conversation, there was a persistent rumour developing that tonight will lead to that most shameful of acts – karaoke! The tradition passed down from liquored up Japanese businessmen to western youth.
Nothing I write can do justice to the hours that followed, but two contrasting words can describe what it potentially was: ‘Tragic’ and ‘Sexcellent’. There was ...