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... gave it to us for free. This wasn't the first or last time we got free tea from kind Turks. In the meantime, we had some delicious Corba (Chorba), which is Turkish soup.
We were dropped off at the station in downtown Selcuk. It's a smallish town that's right outside of the famous Roman ruins of Ephesus. At it's zenith, it was the 2nd largest city in the Roman empire. This was a city that revered the fertility goddess of Artemis. We've seen ...
... on visiting the museum but it has been closed for 3 years, and my enthusiasm for tourism went out the window after that. Eating and sleeping was the name of the game and I enjoyed it. On my final full day in Selcuk I kicked off with yoga and the same walk I was becoming quite fond of, only to meet the same man for the third consecutive time walking his way to work at the airfield 4km out of town. I was beginning to feel like a local. Mark and I had another significantly good lunch ...
... were built into the hill and were for the wealthy people. There is also a church. They had running hot and cold water, bathtubs, and just really big rooms. The walls of some of the buildings have paintings and there are marble tiles everywhere. One of the rooms is called the marble room, and the archeologists are trying to reassemble the marble tiles. There are tables pilled with pieces of marble. I saw and article about it being the worlds largest ...
It was market day in Ayvalik today so we spent an hour after breakfast strolling through the maze of narrow streets, checking out the stalls and admiring the worn-looking Greek houses...and getting ourselves thoroughly lost in the process!
We drove through more valleys and hillsides covered with olive trees until we reached the market town of Bergama, site of the ancient city of Pergamum (one of the seven churches of Revelation) and ...
... option of watching a carpet weaving demonstration, but quickly bailed. We then walked around Kudasi and did some shopping. We stopped to have a beer at a friendly cafe called Opal and Karagoz Cafe and met a couple also on their honeymoon from Australia that were on the Celebrity ship. We talked with them for about an hour and laughed at the guys coming up to us to sell us watches from across the street.
After that ...
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