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Pamukkale was such an interesting place! It's located on a mountain side overlooking a lush green valley and snow peaked mountains on the other side of the valley. A patch of the mountain/giant hill is covered in what looks like snow but its actually salt! We got up in the morning and headed into town to begin our trek upwards. When we reached the salt we were told to take our shoes off when walking on the salt. There was water constantly flowing ...
... forgetting to write about. One is that their sewer system is not designed to handle toilet paper. So every public restroom you use has a garbage can simply for the toilet paper. Thirty some-odd years of flushing toilet paper makes it pretty automatic and I occasionally forget.
Second of all, there is a serious lack of alcohol on this trip. In Italy we had wine every night served with dinner. And as far ...
... also really beautiful, and was the best-preserved building there. There were
also ancient Roman baths and communal toilets, which were basically stone
benches with holes to sit on, spaced about a foot apart from one another and a
complex sewage system running underneath. After Ephesus, we went back to our
hotel in Kusadasi and had free time. Some people went to the beach or walked
around town but I decided to stay at the hotel with some of my friends and
... Measured in terms of books, it was the third largest library at that time. It held 12,000 scrolls. You can get an idea how big it was from the photo compared to the people in the photo. Amazing that after all this time, all the original pieces were found to reconstruct the façade. Our guide said there was an underground tunnel to a brothel. The men would tell their wives that they were going to the Library! Yeah, right!!!!!!
... passing an old man sitting on the same chair in front of the same café who kept pointing at his hand and calling out with a cackle at the end “Whats the time?” as some kind of cruel joke……… or so I thought, I eventually worked out that he was saying “OZO time….?” he was in fact asking me to sit down and have a drink. Yes my friend that’s probably why no shops ...