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... arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">After the boat, we went back to the hotel to grab out things and head to the bus terminal. We are headed to Selšuk tonight to see the ruins at Ephesus. We couldn't figure out time tables or anything, so we just walked to the bus terminal and hopped on a bus we found going to the Izmir Otogar - bus station - when we got off the bus, there was a dolmus (luckily not packed this time!) waiting to take us ...
... and then went for a walk to the park that had a nice open air cafe and we sat by the water fountain and drank a beer and ate nuts using the WiFi.
We went back around midnight and had a good sleep. Im the morning we had a coffee out the back of the car with musli and then set off to Ephesus (Efes) ruins.
We had a great idea to have a walk into the ruin via a free ruin down the road like we did in Pergamon. 3 hrs ...
... this blog a further 1500kms into Turkey, I know it is very and continuously mountainous. Today would be my first of many climbs and descents in mountain passes - bit strange if one didn’t follow the other! Interestingly, the temperature changed from 35c in the valley to 21c at the peak, which was a blissful if short lived relief.
On route, I decided that my late night needed more recuperation than the hour or so kip on the ferry, so I pulled into a ...
... Al, Christine, Digby, Jase, Steve and Spida.
After leaving the group, Ben and I caught the bus to Izmir. After a bus, Dolmus (minibus) and train we asked for directions to our hotel and a man told us ‘Don’t go that way, it’s very dangerous for you!’ this didn’t really give us a great impression of Izmir but it’s been ok so far, although when we arrived at our hotel they didn’t have our booking and ...
... a short distance to Didyma, site of an oracular temple to Apollo, second only to Delphi in importance. (Notice the Oracle Pansion -- with the O missing -- in the background of the picture.) Unlike most other Greek temples, most of its inner portion is lower and uncovered, with a sacred spring in the middle. This temple was never fully completed; witness the fact that the third ...
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