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... end, and the mountain of Pilav Dağı behind. It is 95 km (59 mi) south of İzmir, the region's largest metropolitan center. It is 71 km (44 mi) from the provincial seat of Aydın situated inland. Wikipedia
Combining our ages, it took us more than 120 years, but we finally reached Asia today, sliding into Turkey at dawn on another perfect weather day, high around 70, no clouds. The ...
... countryside to visit the ancient ruins of Ephesus. Due to Claire's condition, she chose to go on the Panoramic Kusadasi tour of 4 hours, largely by Bus.
Kusadasi is a small coastal city of around 22,000 people, built above the harbour. once again it has a fortress built on a small island at the entrance to the Harbour. Turkey is very westernised, however does still have some of the traditional cultural aspects. The city is very clean and well laid ...
... past the ruins of market places, temples, fountains, the library, even a lavatory and the red light district. Our guide tells us that everything is made of marble - and that the wealthy used to get their slaves to "warm the toilet seats" - we all agree how cold marble would be to sit on in the depths of winter. It is almost overwhelming to see what has been unearthed to date, and to envisage what would have been. In another 25 years they still won't be ...
... stayed a couple of nights in Bodrum then hopped a bus to Kusadasi.
Have to interject here.....never book a hotel based solely on reviews on the internet.....though I don't know how else you could do it. We stayed at the Ladies' Beach Hotel (located at, where else, Ladies' beach). The room looked great ....right on the beach with a large patio overlooking the Aegean. The problem came when people returned to their rooms late at night and a symphony of ...
... We were in the old town when the nightfall call to prays rang from the minarets and happened to observe some shop keepers have their first glass of water for the day.
On the way back to the ship, after we had had our dinner and admired the MV Explorer and its lights, we bumped into Matthew and a friend, they were on their way to an internet café.