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... era it was one of the twelve cities of the Ionian League. The city flourished after it came under the control of the Roman Republic in 129 BC. According to estimates Ephesus had a population of 33,600 to 56,000 people in ...
... the back of her ute with her two gorgeous half turkish half dutch daughters. We swam in an infinity pool overlooking vineyards and were then treated to a delicious home cooked Turksih meal. Post dinner I had a traditional turkish coffee... it was made for me by the elder of the two girls and the experience was made complete by my fortune being told by reading my coffee dregs (by an i-phone app at that!)
The following day we were ready to get out and get to the ancient ...
... We are really looking forward to visiting Venice.
We arrive tomorrow afternoon, and then we disembark the next day.
This afternoon we had a family table tennis session, and then the kids disappeared to participate in The Splash Academy's Circus Show ( ie Kids Club Circus Show).
It was great to see the kids balance feathers on their chins, juggle the 'devil sticks', juggling Chinese ...
... tower and then the citadel Kadifekale. We’re sure places of great interest but these will have to wait for another day!!
We were walking back along the quay when Roisin pointed out the smallest sign in the world with an arrow and the words ‘MSC’. Now considering the ship was about 20 yards away the last thing on my mind was wishing there was a sign to point me in the right direction!!!
During our lunch we bumped in to an ...
... just wasn't going to cut the mustard.
Anyway, several hasty mobile phone calls later to our now in the bad books travel agent and it was sorted. Well almost. Plan B was we now fly to Hong Kong (no change from Plan A), collect our luggage (Plan A had it booked through to Izmir), then attend the Turkish Airline counter at Hong Kong airport and have our new tickets re-issued (more Plan B). Of course we had no confirming ...