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... tour leader in front of some significant sites). Time and place people.....time and place. We checked out a Turkish Carpet school/co-op/shop and was able to see the amazing silk and wool weaving process from start to finish. A one metre square 100% silk rug will take 1 lady approx 12-18 months to weave. Oh - and it will cost you about AUD$2,500. When one of the women travelling on the tour told me she bought a pure silk hall runner.......I could only imagine how much ...
... well so to aide me for the next one, here is the Panthoen:
Aphrodite - Goddess of Beauty, Pleasure & Desire
Apollo - God of Music, Arts & Knowledge
Ares - God of Bloodshed & War
Artemis - Goddess of the Hunt
Athena - Goddess of Intelligence & Peace
Demeter - Goddess of Grain agriculture and Harvest
Dionysus - God of the Frat House
Hades - King of the underworld
Hephaestus - Metalworker and husband ...
... is a very nice town and is very clean - lots cleaner than Greece. You can go to gaol for throwing cigarette butts on the ground (so our guide told us). Lots better than the fines that I gave out. Then some more shopping and back on board for some more lying around on the pool deck. This evening, we went to a specialty restaurant - The Pinnacle Grill - for a magnificent dinner. We have both really liked Turkey (much to our own surprise) and would like to come ...
Today was Kelly's birthday.....9 years old! Matthew flew in late last night from Adana to join us for the weekend, the last of our stay in Turkey. With summer birthdays, we have realized that Kelly has spent more of them away from home than at home and quite a few on adventures visiting Matthew, Larissa and kids. Okinawa, Spokane, and now Turkey. Our tradition with her is to be nontraditional! So for her birthday she had agreed to a road trip ...
... to see the theater, where Paul also was. We took pictures from the top of a hill, able to see inside the vast theater. The theater seats 25,000, and according to Roman law, theaters had to be able to seat 1/10th of the population. Ephesus, therefore, had 250,000 people! The theater faces the harbor, where a brisk sea breeze blows in as a sort of air conditioning. D and I have been rather amused by the stray cats and dogs that wander the streets of ...