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... sold a variety of 'genuine fake' goods, and were happy with our purchase of 3 x 'genuine' (?) leather jackets for the princely sum of 175 euros (225 AUD). Who knows if they are genuine or genuine fakes? We thought we got a bargain and love the jackets we bought, so that was good enough for us. Turkey is a must go to place. Next time we will try Istanbul and probably drive ourselves along the beautiful coast to explore this glorious place in much more detail. And another visit to ...
... that it seems very dry here, but it is fertile and agricultural, and they don't seem to have any interest in water conservation.
Our 3 hour ride home involves a nap and short break. By the time we get back, we have been out for 10 hours. It was a long, but enjoyable and interesting day.
No big night out tonight, just dinner and working on finding accommodations in Rhodes. Tomorrow, we have a shuttle to our airport hotel for an early am flight to Antalya the next ...
... in our bank account for now. Arriving in Ephesus we were overwhelmed by the flood of tourists and joined them to walk the ancient town. It was quite an impressive site, with so many aspects of the city well preserved. The craftsmanship and detail of the buildings and statues was amazing. Esra then took us to a family-run restaurant (she lived in the area while growing up, so knows the local haunts), which served a yummy buffet of ...
... was one of the best guides we've ever had. After leaving Mary's house, we drove down the mountain to ancient Ephasus. Built by the BC Greeks and expanded by the early AD Romans, Ephasus actually was a seaside city, and one of the most important ones in the region. However, the entry point eventually got silted over and the site is now a full 7 kilometres from the sea. Amazing. Today, it is a unesco heritage site, as it is an incredible example of ...
... and the birthdate would be in recognition of their first life, and the date of death would be when their body most recently left the earth – but they will be back, maybe as a dog or a bird or something else. Geoki (pronounced Gherkin, like the pickle!) – the house boy – told us this.
Kelly, Ralph and I took an evening stroll through the village, and I asked for permission to take photos of the elderly women with missing teeth sitting ...