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... glass. They go from shop to shop, dropping off the tea to the thirsty salesmen. Then, maybe half an hour later, they return to pick up the empty glasses.
We saw a lot of famous name-brand boutiques. Some of them were probably carrying counterfeit goods. We had been warned on the ship that perfumes, for example, are undoubtedly knockoffs.
We also saw a few American fast-food outlets, including BurgerKing and Starbucks.
... for it! Up to Ephesus after lunch (along with a million other tourists) and then we checked out a little Greek village on a hill that has been inhabited since the exchange of populations back in 1924. We arrived back to the hotel at 3pm. I went and had a manicure for AUD$10 and then we all went out for dinner. Most nights we are just given a time that we can have dinner in the hotel restaurant (eg: between 7pm and 9pm), however tonight was an organised thing, at a ...
... he birthed Athena from the head of Zeus
Hera - Wife of Zeus and queen of the Gods and god of Marriage and women.
Hermes - God of boundaries, trade, travel, Language
Hestia - God of the home, hearth chastity
Poseidon - God of the sea, contender for patron seat of Athens v Athena
Zeus - Supreme ruler of the gods, brother of Hades and Poseidon
So by this time we've messed with a few demi-gods and non-gods and arrived in ...
... of fertility. There were statues of famous citizens along Curetes Street. The only remaining one is of a doctor who found a cure for malaria after the outbreak. Stores used to line the street. The stone wall behind the storefronts was built afterward during the Byzantine rule to protect the area from falling boulders. The water that ran through the Trajan Fountain came from 42.5 KM away. (Okay, of all the tour guide stories, I found this the ...
... worn out to the hotel onder (that happy i even tipped the cab driver as he smiled and was friendly!) and frankly the best hotel in turkey to date (and our last), I think if it had been **** again we would have both sat there a cried, we are worn out. Thankfully it's nice and a smorgasbord for tea - not a chip or rice on the plate!!! A nice break as you do get sick of kebap (yes spelt with a p and it comes with no wrap, just meat) served with rice, chips and ...