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... of the west and is Turkey's third largest city after Istanbul and Ankara. Originally founded some 8,500 years ago and known as 'Smyrna’ it was built on an islet of 100 acres and over time has flourished into a great centre of civilisation. Today Izmir stretches for 40km along the coast and has become one of the most important ports of the region.
Today Roisin and I have decided to take an excursion to the ancient city of Ephesus. Ephesus has had ...
... would be a divine coincidence lol. Well, then you guys are wondering how I turn here? Well, my "finger" usually plan everything, including my meals to choose finger. I point randomly at the menu (which is usual in Turkish, taking rare exceptions) and choose something. I also buy bus tickets to travel the cities and stamp the date on the calendar and time on the clock and so on. When I'm lost on the streets and beg information I ask in English they kindly respond in Turkish, ...
... used is the lute, which was an evolution of the ancient lyre, and is a stringed instrument similar to the western guitar. Another string instrument commonly used is the spike fiddle. The spike fiddle is an ancient instrument used by nomadic east people, and is played with or without a bow much like a modern bass. Popular in ...
Today our first stop is at Ephesus. (The third) Ancient port city, library. Best ruins ;) city died because the bay silted over - its know about 5kms from the ocean. Walked around the various bits for over two hours, stinking hot as no shade and sun reflects off the marble. Our next stop was at the remains of the Temple ...
... of olives, islands ancient philosophy and lazy lifestyles -Greece!
- Earthcake: Turkish pronunciation of earthquake :)
- kahve: coffee
- schwarzes: black
- tea-sugar-adream: our pronunciation of Turkish thank you
- 80% of the people of Istanbul were taking part in Ramadan while we were there! Streets are really quiet in the day and totally abuzz at night!!! ...