Paloma Club Sultan Ozdere
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... hmmm. Guy manages to persuade the guide to let Hilli walk off with a selection of yarns used for weaving. Not bad, eh... uber-woolly-pully-joy! The impact of visiting Ephesus is not easily put into words. Even pictures can barely do the place justice. The sheer size and state of preservation of the amphitheatre where Paul preached (and where a bloodthirsty mob was subsequently stirred up against him by the precious-metal smiths)... the incredible intricacy ...
... my son Paul, after him. When we returned back to the dock, we didn't realize that we were supposed to sit through ANOTHER carpet presentation. George just wanted to get back on the ship, so we ditched our group. Toni and I stayed on the water front. We dipped our toes in the Aegean Sea, walked a bit, took pictures, and people watched. Today was one of the BEST days of my life! ...
... stand point! It was really nice and quite beautiful! Then the guard came back to tell them that what they are doing is forbidden! Even though the guard was a stickler, this entire experience of singing and watching the Koreans sing, was unforgettable!
This is more then likely the last time I will be able to ever sing my Turkish pieces in Turkey, for in a couple days we will be heading off to Greece!
This is still only the ...
... There are many stories of people with illness and other ailments that have tried many modern day solutions with no success and only to be cured after visiting and praying at this location. The main part of our tour was the Roman city of Ephesus, built in 300BC (Ephesus means City of Mother Goddess). It was an ancient city built from stone and marble which was destroyed by several earthquakes in the area. Today they have reclaimed only 20% of the ...
... 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.