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... a piece of paper. We spent time writing down our wishes and drinking from spring water that meant health, wealth, love and fertility. I was very surprised at how much greener it was here compared to Greece. Especially where Mary's house was located. It was surrounded by rows and rows of trees and vegetation. We stopped for a traditional Tirkish tea on the way out. They are served in small curved cups with sugar cubes on the side. Our tour guide has an average of 15 of these a ...
... come to Turkey, but it didn't deserve any more than the three hours we spent there. The white hills are beautiful, of course, but the crowd made the experience very trying. We also visited the ruins of the ancient city, Heirapolis. I think that is probably what made the trip really worth it. The Indian couple was very friendly. The guy turned out to be from a place 3 kms from where I grew up. What a coincidence! A good one initially, then I ...
... kebab meat and gozleme and while having a wee rest in the early afternoon I wrote the following poem for my friend Leo who had just arried in Berlin feeling particularly hungover and somewhat miserable. I promised I'd publish it so here it is - mind the language - Poor lil' Leo hung over as f*** His struggling liver is **** out of luck. Too much white wine and not enough sleep, Is a recipe for disaster, even death at a leap, If I could fly to Berlin in a day, I would fix some ...
... eight hours earlier was still waiting for us. The proprietors of the Vardar Pensiyon are a sweet old couple who look like drawings in a children's storybook. For under $50/night we have an air-con room and a nice "village breakfast" which varied little throughout our stay in Turkey: boiled egg, cheese, tomato, cucumber, bread and butter, jam, and honey. They offer us more bread and coffee. Although we are in the centre of ...
... in the rise of Greek city states, Persians, Macedonians, Roman Empire, Christianity (St.John and even Mary were here), Ottomans and the rise of Islam.....when Connor plays the game on his iPad, and builds up his city halls and defensive walls, I cant't help but wonder if we will ever stop "clashing"...he seems as into it as these ancient civilizations were! We started our Ephesus tour unfortunately with the ...
Other places to stay in Ozdere
Cumhuriyet Mahallesi, Ozdere | 5 star hotelfrom $141
Goztepe Mevki, Ozdere | 4 star hotelfrom $183
Cumhuriyet Mahallesi Goksen Sokak 25, Ozdere | 3 star hotelfrom $80
CukuraltI Mahallesi, Ozdere | 5 star hotelfrom $241