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... their success and how the son hopes to expand for this father, the founder of the business. The grandson was a toddler and was learning both Turkish and English. He sang for us twinkle twinkle little star and hands, shoulders, knees, and toes in English. The choir then got up and we sang "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" in the ice cream shop. They seemed so appreciative of us singing for them. Overall it was a beautiful seeing the not-so-tourist spots of ...
... but fortunately he listened to reason and stuck to the places we were allowed to go. He tried befriending one of the many many stray cats that was sitting on a pillar with a carving of that medical symbol, placed outside what was the hospital. The cat was not amused – pushed her face right up into his – would have shoved him off I think if given half a chance! We also saw some one diligently doing a water colour painting of one of the temples, ...
... stein ties to the European Union.
- Without a doubt, the hole in the ground toilets they have over here, are up there with the worst things I've ever experienced. Bloody useless invention!
I was awoken at an ungodly hour to the noise of two Turkish men yelling at one another. One being a passenger and the other was staff on the bus. After yelling at each other, fists started flying. Eventually they would get broken up but what a start to the day (only ...
We left early this morning and followed the valley of the Menderes River, heading for Ephesus. Along the way, we had our three year old grandson accompanying us, via Skype, and Mitchell entertained the bus with a rendition of "The wheels on the bus go round and round....". Ephesus was an ancient Greek city, and later a major Roman city, on the coast near present-day Selçuk. In the Roman period, Ephesus had a population of more than 250,000 in the ...
... to walk through and gave me a pretty uncomfortable feeling. Oustide of the house there was a monk with a little kitten sitting beside him. We all cooed and ahhhed and took photos and then the Monk picked up the kitten and stuffed it into his cloak!
We got back to Atilla's at around 3pm and immediately changed into our swimmers and headed for pool side. It was a lazy afternoon of beers and tanning and then I asked "Who wantst to play ping pong", ...