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... my head around the ancient history of the world!. Lunch was at a 5 star hotel overlooking the sea and included a variety of Turkish appetisers - capsicums in olive oil, dolmades etc. Main course was kebab sticks and vegetables, followed by a vanilla pudding with a caramel sauce. The couple sitting opposite us at lunch were from Cairns!! During our meal we were entertained by some dancers - the men were dressed almost like Cossacks and their dance was energetic with twirls and ...
... ship has anyone mentioned a word about them, (we didn't even get asked to show our passports) So glad we spent the money... Our tour guide today was Oz( anglicised version of his name). He was the best. Again his knowledge, humour and friendliness was both impressive and entertaining. Oz actually grew up in Kusadasi, where the population when he was a boy was about 3000, it's now about 70,000 The drive to Ephesus is only about 20 mins, but by the time we arrived it was ...
... textiles and watches being the most common replicas - 3 "Lacoste" shirts for 10 Euros, or a "Rolex" for 250 dollars). I bought a pair of beautiful earrings from one of the ship's guaranteed shops. We stayed in town for awhile, then made our way back to the ship. Regular dining room again tonight - crab cake & chicken for Matt; French onion soup and braised beef ribs for me. A great day - we were so impressed with Turkey, and would definitely ...
... back on the cruise to travel to the island of Patmos. Patmos is very nice. Alot quieter than the other islands. We walked the village and finished with a walk along the beach and dipping our feet in the Agean sea (it was a bit fresh). We were back on the cruise and enjoyed dinner followed by some cocktails in the Skybar.
... more enormous birds nest on the top. It was very anticlimactic. Last of all we paid a quick visit to the ruins of the Basilica of St. John. This ruined church was built in 600 AD under the rein of Emperor Justinian on the site where it was believed that St. John was buried. It kind of looks like a cross between a dump and a constructions site, but there are some marble carved structures amongst the rubble that look quiet ...