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... said that many wishes come true and if they do you should return to make another wish. We could be back!!
Back to our transport for the short drive to Ephesus to see the ruins. On the way Feliz gave us a bit of history lesson on Ephesus. When we arrived there were many hundreds of tourists like us. We took many photos and we have attached a few for your perusal. We would like to give you a history lesson on Ephesus but it would take a few blogs and ...
... also sharing these places with the Turkish people. It is just amazing that a war that is only 100 years ago and it appears all wounds have healed. I have never felt so welcome and safe. The speech made by Ataturk in 1934 makes up one of the monuments. This was less than 20 years after the battle.
Back on the coach again and onto to a ferry. This is where I was able to talk to a ...
Our morning was spent at leisure ... Great to have the opportunity to sleep in and go at a slower pace... Or for some to recover from a night on the town, with lots of Ouzo. Surprisingly, I was well behaved and not nursing a sore head this morning. Again, most spent the time shopping or swimming and then at 12.30 we met for lunch at a local seafood restaurant. Great food again, even if the sardines were very fishy for me ... ...
... Admission to the Terraced Houses was included in our tour. These 6 houses were once inhabited by wealthy citizens and are exquisite examples of Roman domestic life.
Lunch consisted of 6 courses in a resort hotel, with a 'surprise’ performance of traditional dancing, very like Cossack dancing. The tour concluded back in Kusadasi with a demonstration of the traditional method of double knotting, which make the Turkish carpets so ...
... shoes off and walk onto parts of the travertine, and masses of tourists do so. We, of course, joined them, gingerly walking over the jagged travertine into the warm waters and onto the white cliffs. These days they have to divert some of the water to other parts of the travertine to maintain the whiteness of the site, due to the chemical composition of the water. This day we had fewer than 1,000 other visitors to contend with for photo ops. Our tour guide ...