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... using natural waterways for flushing). As one of our girls said, we use the same style of toilet seat today as was used in 133 BC! Walking the grounds of Ephesus had worked up an appetite. We found a delightful restaurant beside the harbour where the fishing trawlers had parked bearing many varieties of seafood for our lunch. We selected some fresh octopus, prawns, fish and mussels, all of which were beautifully cooked and accompanied by a selection of Turkish ...
... that it seems very dry here, but it is fertile and agricultural, and they don't seem to have any interest in water conservation.
Our 3 hour ride home involves a nap and short break. By the time we get back, we have been out for 10 hours. It was a long, but enjoyable and interesting day.
No big night out tonight, just dinner and working on finding accommodations in Rhodes. Tomorrow, we have a shuttle to our airport hotel for an early am flight to Antalya the next ...
... in London (must remember to go see it before we leave). On our way back to the hotel in Kusadasi our guide dropped us off for a traditional Turkish Hamam. We each paid 60 Turkish Lira for what was supposed to be a sauna, massage and scrub. We were all placed in the male sauna room made entirely of marble and relaxed in the steam after a long day. However, the female only area and masseur we had been told we would get was not what we actually got. After seeing a little ...
... was bursting with loud music, incising people into there church.. Bazaar!! Brad bummed a smoke and we were off in a taxi. The taxi wasn't your normal taxi. The reverse mirror turned into a small DVD player, the stereo was turned up high, Rihanna was playing//dancing about our taxi!! I fell in love with brad tonight! He described me to have a practical mind, normally he makes me feel stupid/inferior, but tonight he recognizes that I have a practical mind! Quite ...
... socks). I don't know anything about this site and since I was alone and it was quiet I simply reflected on what it might have been or meant to the citizens of Ephesus.
I eventually wandered back to the bus. Our next visit was to the House of the Virgin Mary - a much smaller site and strangely moving. There are probably four different countries that claim to have the final house ...