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... visited an onyx shop for an explanation and demonstration. Turkey is filled with amazing crafts people who are creating works of art daily. Of course, every interesting demonstration ends with a tour through the shop and offers of discounts. The work is beautiful, but too heavy for carrying in my backpack!
Before getting to the ancient site, we enjoy a delicious buffet of tradition Turkish foods. I wish I could have tried a little of everything, but I'm trying not to overwhelm ...
... the Acropolis, and we had very tired feet, the temperature was a mega 36degrees today, we were happy to retreat back to the ship for a cold drink. Tonight being our last night at sea we dined in the restaurant which was very enjoyable. Bags are packed ready to depart our rooms at 9am tomorrow morning ready for our bus trip back to Dalaman to catch our flight back to Gatwick. What a fabulous week we have had.
Currency Turkish Lira, $1 equals 2 Turkish ...
... of the Turkish men's junk in the hamam some of the girls went to ask after our female masseur. The man at the counter said she had gone home sick and that the Turkish men would be doing all of our scrubs and massages. Not feeling comfortable getting naked and scrubbed by these men, we asked for our money back, to which the man got angry and started raising his voice to us. Us girls gathered our things and got changed as quick as we could while ringing the tour guide. ...
6:15 am wake up call! Yikes. The ship docked in the port of Kusadasi, Turkey, shortly after we woke up. We may have had to drag ourselves out of bed, but the 8 am departure was fortunate in that our tour was amongst the first to arrive at our first two busy attractions. Our first stop was the house of Mary. Yes, THAT Mary - the original one. Apparently, after Jesus died, things weren't so good for her in Jerusalem, so St. John took her away to this spot on ...
... check the aır con and help translate my check-ın once we fınally found a vacancy.
After an otherwise uneventful stay in party-town, I was off to a town called Selcuk, a very pleasant dragon who nests on the architectural pot of gold that ıs mıghty Ephesus. Ephesus, was the town built as the major port into Asia minor in the roman empire, and is the site of the third of the seven wonders of the ancient world I ...