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Today we sailed into the port of Izmir in turkey. We took a tour to Ephesus, first settled 300 years bc. It was the roman capital of Asia Minor, second largest outside Rome. It was the end of the trading route known as the Silk Road , as it sat on a port harbour. It has a book in the bible named after it, and it is allegedly where one of the books of the bible was ...
We woke early and headed to the home which the bus stops in front of. We missed out on the awesome hotel breakfast of all the things we didn't know what they were... Too early. Oh well.
We stayed in a town just out of Ephesus and dropped our bags off at the motel as soon as we got there, grabbed rain jackets due to the black and green sky, then jumped onto a local bus to the ruined city. All the posts on the internet said we would need 4 hours here. It was ...
... generations, geographical areas, and styles. Elements of traditional Islamic music are still integrated into contemporary artists. Even in its current globalized form, Islamic music remains influential in broadening the exposure of newcomers to Muslim culture as well as providing believers with new perspectives and inspirational accounts of faith.
... me or make my back worse than it already is! I'm not every confident this man has any qualifications for back manipulating!! Anyway I'm here now! Back done he tells me to roll over; conscious that my boobs will be out I hesitate waiting for my towel. Roll, roll he says in a stern voice! Okay I'm rolling they are only boobs I suppose and he is only some fat gutted old Turkish man....what the hell! Fark again!! Finally I get a towel, a little modesty is ...
... go. I am so glad we travelled the way we did - staying in small family run hotels and travelling on local transport where we were usually the only non-Turkish.
* The buses - on time, comfortable and sometimes coming with cake and drink
* History everywhere
* Food. We ate Turkish everywhere. So many restaurants offered a large range of Western food but we avoided this (though Thomas indulged occasionally though by the end he was ...
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