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... the reconstructions of ancient ships. Moreover, we learned a lot about ancient trade routes and just enjoyed walking around the beautiful castle.
After our visit to the museum, we enjoyed a picnic lunch on the beach. Other highlights from our trip were: eating the delicious and cheap clementines that just came into season (we consumed 2 kilos in 2 days)! As there were not a lot of activities to be enjoyed, we spent a lot of time wandering around the ...
... The main wreck was carrying amphoras and glassware and glass of all shapes and sizes. To think that some of these fine glass vessels and glasses remained whole is amazing.
Bodrum is really quiet. It has a huge port with lots of expensive yachts and motor launches. Strangely enough large numbers of these boats are registered in Wilmington, Delaware in the US which is an inland state! Apparently by registering ...
Another four hour trip on the bus. Most trips seem to take four hours with stops and numerous call ins to other Otogar or bus stations.
Flat countryside for the first three hours through fertile agricultural land full of mandarin trees and other crops.
We passed through lots of small towns, many of them with basic style housing and unmade ...
Selick village on a hill is our first stop of the day a somewhat chilly start, and about an hours coach ride through huge Mandarin orchards. Then we wind deep up in to the heart of the mountains, the air getting fresher and chilly. A fantastic village with narrow winding paths and roads, made of cobblestones and rocks, a heritage site so no new builds traditional houses constructed the same way they have for centuries. ...
... Two very tall columns with a pediment still remain defiantly erect, enduring repeated earthquakes and earth-shifting with the ever-present Meander River once dangerously nearby. They built earthern ramps (an old pharonic trick that Herodian engineers also employed in Jerusalem) to place the segmented marble columns up in place, and then carve the fluting into them so distinctive to graceful Hellenistic architecture. The columns, walls, ...