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Travelled from Izmir via Ephesus today, visiting a carpet factory, ruins of Ephesus and the house of the Virgin Mary. It was a very long and hot day. As you would, expect, the guy managing the carpet school and warehouse was born in Wollongong, loved in Warilla and played for the Warilla Wanderers. It really is a very small world. We had an enjoyable night at the hotel, although still 35c at 9pm, we were able to sit outside which was ...
Kusadasi - Pamukkale Today we travelled through the city of Kusadasi and stopped off and a leather wholesalers,( the company put on a fashion show just for our group) then later had lunch and a local cafe. The next stop was in Pamukkale where we visited the white lime stones with thermal pools( unbelievable - check out the photos) then onto our hotel ( with health spa) and thermal ...
... What is interesting is how different the layout of the various cities is. They obviously place their major theatres (not amphitheatres as I have been previously saying - which are the full ones I now know - thank you Heather [what's the point of having a friend who's an archaeologist who has studied here if you can't use the knowledge!]) in hillsides where ...
When I started to look at doing this trip I stalked a few people`s blog's finding out about the trip, how it worked, and whether people enjoyed it.
So, hello to anyone reading this for that reason.
I thought I would give a run down on our life with the Truck.
The vehicle we travel on is called a truck, not a bus or a coach (as Luke keeps forgetting), this is because it has the base of and the cab ...
... of the site or of the Turkish our driver spoke, managed to get our minibus to drop us off at a mostly unused gate at the north of the park, which actually worked out perfectly. Arriving early in the morning by a random gate, we got to wander mostly by ourselves in the necropolis (a burial ground for ancient “tourists” who came to the hot springs looking for cures, but then died while in Hieropolis) for a while before we even saw any other ...