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... made hand painted everything. The man who owned the shop showed us how the product was made and painted before we got the chance to look around the massive shop. Jono and Taihape had given up on getting out of the van at this point so Keiran and I were left to shop unhindered. The ceramics were really cool, and the colours inside the shop amazing. Having found a bowl I wanted to buy I quickly found a small fault with it. This I decided was going to be my bargaining ...
... show to us for purchase. No thanks, good bye. They are quite happy to let us go with some hints of reservation and they did give us some Turkish coffee and some cool drink.
We go to the ship now as it’s getting late and we lift anchor in an hour. Sean gets happy in the duty free shop and the day for Turkey is over.
On board we freshen up and go to the Captain’s club for a pre-dinner drink and then dinner. It is ...
... all the writings brought to Egypt. those writings perished later on. Cleopatra was Greek originally. The Austrians have helped the Turkish excavate this Greco Roman site, but most of the original sculptures stayed in Austria, while replicas were sent back to replace them. So more than likely the huge sculptures we saw in Vienna came from Ephesus. You see the ruins of Ephesus, and you see all these Roman ruins in a Turkish ...
... When we went through the King Tut collection we were the only ones there! Wonderful to get up close to see the detail on everything. Our guide for the day, another Egyptologist, used the museum's microphone system which allowed her to give us a wonderful tour which we heard through earbuds as we walked around. An excellent invention! The Great Egyptian Museum, under construction near the Pyramids, will replace the old museum in about three years, making ...
... in the back, was left unfluted. Nonetheless, it contains many wonderful decorative elements. Of those I photographed, I chose to show you the head of Medusa, only to learn after the fact from a guidebook that this image "has almost become synonymous with Didyma."
At the end of the day we returned to Selcuk, which is adjacent to Ephesus, and visited the ruins of the Basilica of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEphesia Hotel Kusadasi
Tucked away from the centre this hotel is situated in spacious grounds by the water. The beach was being prepared for the high season but the water looked tempting. Good facilities except the shower flooded all over the bathroom floor. Such a pity it was not sealed!
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