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... purchase for underwear? Needless to say, we learnt a lot this night, and straight from the locals in the know. Finally weariness kicked in and it was time to say goodbye to our new friends:( We then headed back to our hotel for a sound sleep:) What a great day!! Lights and Lows Andrew Lights- The refreshing water of the travertines - there is something good in this stuff!! - Getting insightful, yet grumpy knowledge on Turkish history! - Kittens playing ...
... the house the Virgin Mary is believed to have lived in until her death; it has been recognised by the Vatican as a pilgrimage site and most people seem to have taken them for their word as it was absolutely packed. We had a short queue then entered into the small shrine area which was nicely done and then before you could blink we had shuffled back out. We then visited the springs before heading off for Ephesus it's self. This was a ...
... custom. She said something appreciative and Eli smiled back unsure how to say anything applicable.
Upon reaching Akkun, Mia researched accommodation while Eli sussed out windsurfing options. Unfortunately there seemed to be no place (at all) to stay in this tiny enclave that was basically 2 resorts, a few hotels and even fewer restaurants. Slightly annoyed we jumped on a dolomus back to Siğacık where we ...
... for a wedding reception; we counted 500 seats, now THAT’S a wedding! From our room on the top floor, we could observe the entire reception, it was quite interesting. There were fireworks, live music, a nine-tiered cake, the whole shebang. All in all, it was quite cheesy but to each his own. Hope they don’t divorce in a couple of years because that would’ve been a very bad investment.
Today, we went to see Troy, where after years ...
Touring day with another wonderful guide and driver. My guide, Holger (sorry if I misspelled it), is German but has lived in Izmir for the last 6 years. He has a degree in Jewish Studies (he has discovered that some of his ancestors were Jews who converted to Catholicism) and he teaches at the University as well. He has a lovely, dry sense of humour and a laconic style that I felt totally at ease with.
Izmir was ...
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