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... km away. There is still evidence of a light house! It was very hit walking around the ruins and the myriad of wild cats didn't seem to mind the heat. We saw various temples, roadways, underfloor heating systems, drainage and water systems, public toilets, secret Christian symbols, the library, signs to the brothel and we also purchased additional tickets to see the wealthy residents terrace houses which have had a complete structure built of the top ...
... very leary of being marked as a "mark" and while I would love a beautiful rug, it's not in the cards for us. Took a picture of Dennis with his sticker and the bus number, headed back to our stateroom and collected the tour flyer and then headed off to Guest Services. Walked up to the counter saying, "you know those people who you dread talking to because it just means that something else has gone wrong?" and proceeded to tell my story. I was asked how we got on ...
From Rhodes I crossed by catamaran ınto Turkey- specifically Mamaris, a town marked down on maps begrudgingly solely for its hard-drinkıng bar scene - and as such not the best fit for my "one-glass-of-wıne-and-I-canīt-f 305;nd-my-hostel," level of party potential. The fırst person I met ın Turkey was a taxı driver who very nearly ran me over ın the port car-park, and I ımmedıetly decided this was the ...
... so fresh.
Miletus is nearby, and its claim to fame is the amphitheater. Fortunately the only climbing required was up the steps of the amphitheater in order to see the meager ruins of the city which lie on the other side. (So Don didn't have to stay at my side once we got to the top of the stairs.) Before the Persian invasion in the middle of the 6th century BC, Miletus was considered the greatest and wealthiest of Greek cities. (The Greeks had arrived ...
... the Gospel account on the day of Pentecost shortly after the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Acts 2:5 suggest Cappadocians were God-fearing Jews! Our guide told us that the region is known as the Cradle of Civilization.
Cappadocia is a large and vague area, approximately 400 km East-West and 250 km North-South. Due to its inland location and high altitude, it has hot dry summers and cold winters. Two ships in the Black Sea were ...