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... different dishes amongst each other. After this we left for the small village of Sarap Evi. Sarap Evi is known for it's sweet fruit wine and has been around since the 1600s. It is a quaint town in the mountains with many local merchants and winemakers. We taste tested pear, melon, blackberry, black mulberry, and cherry wine. It was a neat experience and a once in a lifetime opportunity. This last leg of the day concluded our time in Izmir and we went back to the Anemon Hotel for our evening ...
... sell and 'best bargain’ one could ever find! We did end up buying a stunning leather jacket for Keith for his 60th birthday in January. Its something he has always really wanted and he really looks like an Italian “stud hub” when he puts it on. Of course Giva was not happy that they don’t stock sizes for monkeys – Dizzy will be on board on Saturday and he wants to the perfect “Hunk Monk”, he is having such a sulk I ...
... of the world in 2010.
I then headed back to the hostel, grabbing dinner on the way before heading to bed early, as the bus to Gallipoli was leaving at 6.30am.
Things of Note:
- The amazing Blue Mosque was built between 1609-1617 and hasn't lost an ounce of its' beauty in all that time. And instead of taking our shoes off at the door, like all the other Mosques, we head to carry our shoes in a bag (as it was so busy).
- One Turkish fella who was ...
Today was a total down day after all our adventures in Ephesus. We hung out by the beautiful hotel pool and relaxed. Larissa took the girls to a local mall for a little retail therapy. Matthew and Larissa departed back to Adana in the early evening and then we spent the evening repackaged our suitcases for travel to Greece the next morning. After 10 days in Turkey and hotel living, we are ready for a home base at my mom's childhood home and a laundry ...
... sore shoulder from squishing up on the seats. On our pit stop I bought a magnum icecream which was cookies and cream covered in white chocolate with almond slivers. It was amazing and I teased Joel and Scott who sat near me about how delicious it was. Fuel here is ridiculously expensive and equates to over $2 AUD a litre!!!
When we reached our destination we jumped into cable cars and rode up the hill to the city ruins. It was so hot ...
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