Anemon Ege Saglik
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We took a short side trip to Selcuk today to visit Ephesus. We were reminded again how much time and energy even the simplest trip takes- 30 minute cab plus 90 minute wait plus 60 minute flight plus 90 minute wait plus 60 minute train ride plus cab to B&B equals.... a long day. Our Selcuk B&B was really nice- decorated in an atmospheric Turkish bordello style ...
Tuesday (11th) this morning we had borek again for breakfast before we walked to the bus office, there the man said 10 minutes and nothing else, we waited 40mins with out a word from him, (luckily we got there earlier) at 10:30 when our shuttle was supposed to come he said no problem and we still weren't sure what was going on. Eventually our shuttle came and we were taken out of town to the major bus station, we hopped on board and once again food and drink luxuries all the ...
... while to settle in before we headed to the rooftop restaurant (casual, I know) to enjoy yet another Turkish dinner! After dinner, we took some pictures on the roof and made a group decision to go out and explore the city if Izmir! I have a really strong feeling we will regret this decision, but hey, we are only in Turkey a few more days! Lets see where the night takes us!!
Izmir, I love you!
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I woke up this morning to the sound I. My phone ringing, by none other then Nonni. So I chatted to her for a while, before eating my complimentary breakfast at my hotel.
Once I got ready, I headed to the bus depot to start my journey to the Ephesus ruins I had heard so much about.
The trip there, including three separate buses, took about two hours. But once I arrived it was automatically worth it. Walking down the path, I ...
... gate was opened up, water would spill out to clean the streets – not a joke, they needed it for a volatile population that had a lot of fights and killing so cleaning up the blood running in the streets was a necessity.
And then we came to the bath house, not particularly well preserved like yesterday’s at Pamukkale, but the various rooms were obvious, especially the toilet with its three sides of about 25 holes and the usual deep ...