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Travel Blogs from Izmir
... it was very clear when he said, "forbidden." We decided we were done!
But Wait, There's More!
No more than 45 seconds after the security guard came up and asked us not to sing any more, a massive group of Asian tourist walked up. And what do they do? Burst into song. What made it so great was that we knew the song. After a few seconds we all recognized it as "How Great Thou Art," albeit in a different language. On a personal ...
... grower, for a short time (he said he’d subscribed to a NZ olive growers magazine for a time, was interested that there’s a growing industry in NZ now). We stopped for the necessary orange and pomegranate juice, headed back to the bus and an hour’s drive back to Izmir.
It was a much quieter evening with an early dinner, I pottered with my photos but was asleep not much after 9.30, couldn’t keep my eyes open. Pete was then allowed to use the ...
... this deliciousness to my cooking repertoire. I knew there were some great cooks in my family, so I was sure to learn the following phrase:
Ben mantı pişirmek öğrenmek istiyorum. (I want to learn to cook mantı)
It paid off, because tonight I got what I asked for: a cooking lesson!
My cousin, Seyime, is a fantastic cook, and mantiı happens to be one of her specialties. She was as excited ...
Another highlight was a visit to the recent and on-going excavations of some terraced houses, with their beautiful mosaics, marble slabs and painted walls.
The City has massive significance to Christians, as it was from here that the Christian faith spread throughout the world.
The Virgin Mary (Jesus' Mother) is believed to have lived in the hills above the City until she ...
... the house the Virgin Mary is believed to have lived in until her death; it has been recognised by the Vatican as a pilgrimage site and most people seem to have taken them for their word as it was absolutely packed. We had a short queue then entered into the small shrine area which was nicely done and then before you could blink we had shuffled back out. We then visited the springs before heading off for Ephesus it's self. This was a ...