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... even more so now on a tight budget, we are already worrying about how we might fit all of this additional stuff into our already bulging luggage, especially when we fly off to Athens in a couple of weeks and our luggage allowance reverts to 20kg each. Funnily enough, we had no trouble polishing off the Smirnoff though and that is long gone.
Apart from checking out the Kusadasi coastline and ...
... What a wonderful setting for the very ancient city that once supposedly had a population of around 250,000 to 300,000 people. It is nestled in a steep valley that made its way down to the ocean / bay at its lowest level. Even now it is easy to imagine the view down the cobbled / marble lined streets, in between the grand buildings towards the ocean which was once 4km further inland than it currently is. This has also been progressively filled up ...
... rule is that you never pay them until you have arrived safely back at the port. So, I’m wheeling and dealing and after 15 minutes, Jason walks up and blurts out, "We’ll take it." Where did he come from anyway? I can’t believe he did an override on me. We got in the cab, and he said, “We want to see Mary’s house and the city of Ephesus. Turn on the air condition. Please and thank you.” There goes my fun ...
... Ephesus in 2006 but at that time, going to Mary's House was a separate tour and a tour within Ephesus to the Terrace Houses wasn't available. This time we rectify that with a private shore excursion to John and Mary's House as well as the Terrace Houses in Ephesus.
I contacted Ephesus Shuttles and asked for a quote to go to Ephesus and the Terrace Houses as well as John and Mary's house. There quote was very reasonable – better than a lot of ...
... who performed a belly dance. This was entertaining .
Anya and I found a guy with two baby rabbits that he was using to coax tourist into photographing and then charging, so of course we couldn't resist. We had lovely cuddles of the baby rabbits and the mother rabbit then chose a "special" wish for us from his tray of wishes.
We have met a lot of other Australians touring Turkey. It seems very ...