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Today we visited Selcuk which is one of the most visited places in Turkey. It is home of one of the seven ancient architectural wonders of the earth, Temple of Artemis. What was once a structure containing approximately 127 columns is now a single column which remains.
In the evening we visited the Ephesus which is an old Greek city built …
... about $3-4 US per hour of travel on this train. We had to get a 15 minute shuttle bus to Denizli from Pamukkale to get the train. Denizli is a large city that absolutely zero tourists stay in unless they have to. But we did have a nice lunch at a small Lokanta (traditional small restaurant) near the station. They were super nice and you could tell they don't see a lot of tourists. The tea wasn't ready and we had to wait 15 minutes for it. They felt ...
... five days in Turkey were suddenly looking very eventful. The following days in Selcuk - which by the way is a small country village - were delightfully relaxing. The next evening Mark and another Australian joined me for a delicious dinner of traditional Turkish kofte (meatballs) and cheese with chicken pide after a day of doing absolutely nothing. I simply walked the same autumn stretch to Ephesus and back, met some pleasant Turkish folk and sat in the sun drinking coffee. I ...
... t remember what it is that they do think it is because the brothel story is more interesting.
I think the best part of Ephesus was the terraced houses. The Turks are tricky and make you pay extra to get into the houses, but it was well worth it. The houses are covered by a roof and walls because they are actively excavating and restoring them (and then you actually have to pay to see them because you can't just peak in). There are 7 houses so far. ...
... delight. That memory popped into my head as people were yelling "Turkish delight! 5 Euros for 10 boxes!" I wanted to try some, because it must be good if it was the first food he wanted, and plus it is a thing for Turkey. So we bought a box. It is basically like little rectangle gummies with nuts in it, covered in powdered sugar. They were okay and I liked them, but I don't know what the big deal is about ...