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... Hadrian, and of course, the public toilets. Few Ephesians could afford their own bathroom, so they had to do their business in a public place with everyone else. I would have NO friends if I was forced to do my business in an outdoor public toilet. I would have been exiled on the belief that my gut was full of poison. Gross. I’ll add ‘private bathroom’ to the list of things I’m thankful for at our next Thanksgiving ...
... off key noises but the locals loved it and the kids were dancing well past midnight when we decided to call it a night and went and crashed out for the night.
The next morning was another scorcher. We got up and bought 7kg water melon (thats a small one) and drove east again towards pamukkale. There are some chalk hills that has been a roman bath since 300BC or something like that.
... the Virgın Mary to Ephesus 4-5 years after the death of Christ. It ıs assumed the grave of the Virgın Mary to be nearby.
08/05/2013: We are stayıng at a pensıon called the ANZ and the Turkish owner named Harry and sounds lıke an Aussıe.
We vısıted Ephesus and was very ınterestıng. We pıcked the perfect day cool and overcast, great for walkıng. We walked the 4 klms back to ...
... port, mainly known now for it’s imposing 15,000 seat theatre ruins, and was for us a delightful lunch stop close by the ruins.
Didyma, 17km away, ...
... were entirely
made out of concrete that they did not even attempt to make look like it was a
part of the ruins. I seem to be
complaining a lot, but really they were great.
Just the library was well worth the trip. After touring the ruins, we caught another
minibus to pamucak beach, which was just a few miles away. We had the beach mostly to ourselves, with
just a ...