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... to Izmir to prepare. Boarding yet another bus, we headed about an hour out from Izmir, to a nice little town. After touring the town, mind you, taking lots of pictures, we again boarded the bus and headed for another small little town on the water. Truly, it was one of the most beautiful sights to get to see the sun set on the water. Oscar, who has a self proclaimed sweet tooth, took us to one of his favorite ice cream scenes in Turkey, where we had a delicious scoop ...
... t remember what it is that they do think it is because the brothel story is more interesting.
I think the best part of Ephesus was the terraced houses. The Turks are tricky and make you pay extra to get into the houses, but it was well worth it. The houses are covered by a roof and walls because they are actively excavating and restoring them (and then you actually have to pay to see them because you can't just peak in). There are 7 houses so far. ...
... IX, 3000 BC to 500 AD with breaks in between and changing ownership. Archaeologists continue to argue whether Troy VI or Troy VII (1700-1000 BC) was the city of King Priam who engaged in the Trojan war. Just before the ruins is a huge wooden horse, apparently modelled on the wooden horse the Greeks gave to the city of Troy as a peace offering. Little did they know that hours later this wooden house would lead to their demise as ...
... 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.
... for the ferry to depart and we chose our seats. After a measly one-hour and a beautiful sunset we had arrived in Chios!
The next hour was spent doing passport stuff and finding the tickets for our next ferry, due to leave at 2300. We then parked our bikes and found a place to eat and type up the blog.
I had just finished typing the last entry to the blog when the stomach cramps started setting in. For the next few hours – even on the ferry ...