Hotel Anemon Aydin
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... had another yummy Turkish feast and watched the sunset.
Oh before we got to the village we stopped at a leather factory who gave us a real fashion parade and I got a leather jacket for my birthday from Daz and a gorgeous silver ring with a local gem. It was an expensive day for poor old Daz, including the doctors bill!
We finished the night by having waterpipe ...
... t need any help. ha ha .. After our road trip together we're dropped off at Selcuk, The bus drops us at a dusty bus stop and drives off down the road and we're left with the locals looking on through the gaps in their curtains. It's a little village ! Accommodation is found after some traipsing up and down the streets and a little rest is needed and then we set out for a beer. The local bar contains three retired farmers and ...
... folk music to the contemporary period, Islamic music spans countless 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.
... in going to the museum about Ephesus, but it was closed for renovation or something like that. There were also the remains of St. John's church just behind the hostel. Apparently that was the church built for or by John the apostle. It was a bit disappointing because of the way they reconstructed it. The parts that were rebuilt looked brand new. There were no attempts made to make the restoration match the original. Anyways, it was nice to see despite ...
Today we visited Ephesus, an old city with history from Romans, Greeks, Turks and biblical ties too. After breakfast, we left the ship at 8:30am on a bus. Our first stop was high on a hill overlooking Ephesus, the last home of the Virgin Mary. After the death of Jesus, John the apostle was given the responsibility of caring for Mary and he took her with him to Ephesus. Later she was moved to a home in the mountains where ...