Paloma Club Sultan Ozdere
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Today we walked through the ancient city of Ephesus (Efes).
It was built in the 10th century BC and had a population of 33,600 to 56,000 people in the Roman period.The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed around 550 BC) and was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is situated on a hillside so you can walk from the top of ...
At the mouth of the river is Iztuzu Beach. This beach is world renowned because it is where loggerhead turtles lay their eggs in the spring to be hatched in summer. It's a protected beach - people are allowed on the beach in the summer but only in certain areas. The turtles should be hatching in the next week or two and will be making their way to the ocean.
As we motored through the marsh back to town, ...
... Qatar who were very friendly. We also went to see Virgin Mary's house, who is the mother of Jesus Christ. Our guide also took us to a factory that makes silk carpets. We ate dinner at a nice Turkish restaurant in Izmir. It was a great day.
... We were then approached by a man who we could instantly tell was not quite right in the head. He was also quite obviously a homosexual, not that the two had anything to do with each other. His name was Siobhan, he had bright pink nail polish on, and he was quite taken with Andrews hair. He also told us four times that Selcuk was where he lived, and that he was going home now. The proprietor yelled at him for a bit, ...
... 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.