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... gone done to the pools and left us alone up here, we thought it would create a great photo and experience for us if we climbed the temples, so that is what we did. It probably was disrespectful but that was the last thing on our mind at the time haha, we then walked back down toward the pools, on the way in the middle of this dry patch of land we saw a turtle on the ground, really bizarre and weird, but we then kept walking onto the pools where we meet up with the rest of the ...
... of the wind and facing the sun. Delightful.......and a snooze as well! PS last night we attended our first 'show' on board. A troupe of eight dancing and singing songs of Motown. They were fantastic! Very energetic and professional. Tonight, we have just come back from a one man show - a violinist called Chris Watkins. He was absolutely fantastic, too! Check him out on YouTube! Tomorrow we are at sea all day........vely ...
... guy said! Then came the Persians then the Macedonians and then the Romans who hung around the area for 1000 years. I thought it was a nice touch that the Romans built a temple to the Greek God Isis just to keep their trading partners happy. Another interesting tidbit is that they had to move the city three times if they wanted it to remain a sea port. The Aegean Sea kept silting in. It's pretty difficult to arrive in port all smiles if your bottom is ...
Once we boarded the Louis Olympia cruise ship, we were officially in Greece. I changed out my memory card in my camera earlier that morning. I was so excited to be moving on to the next chapter of this adventure.
Everyone boarding the ship had to register a credit card or make a cash deposit. We were given a card to use for everything - for making purchases on the ship and disembarking and boarding the ship. We turned over our passports to the ship ...
... the sewerage system through the city. There was this amazing library that was still there even though most of it was destroyed by an earthquake during 570AD. After a long walk through Ephesus we reached the bus again. Now we went on our way to have a traditional Turkish lunch. It was lovely! A buffet at the local water park, similar to adventure world but with a hotel attached! Pita bread with tzatziki again (yum!) Turkish spring rolls, ...