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... hefty discount from the initial asking price, all the time keeping me up to speed via SMS and a few calls.
So at 10:30am the bike is loaded onto the back of the breakdown truck and an hour later is in the BMW service garage. A replacement part has been ordered and is on it's way. The Services Manager takes us all for a free lunch in the staff canteen.
... markets. They all but grab you as you walk buy and it is hard to get away but thankfully I knew what I was after so stuck to my guns and just bought the ring after some haggling for about £30 which was quite a bit cheaper than the UK so we were both happy.
The it was time for a swim in the Aegean sea which was quite a bit colder than the last time I came here on a Greek cruise but it was also the last chance of a swim I ...
... The second pressing produces a little more of the bitterness, as the pit is also pressed, and is called extra virgin. The same tree produces green olives (not quite ripe) and black olives (ripe). In this Aegean area, citrus and many vegetables and nut trees are grown. Turkey produces 80% of the pine nuts consumed in the world. Tomorrow is an optional tour to Ephesus, and wonder of wonders, we don't have to move hotels for another ...
... beautiful panoramic views of the city and enormous marble pillars and
By the end of the day, we checked into our hotel in
Kusadasi, which is a seaside village that is a holiday destination in Turkey.
We stayed at a nice hotel with a pool and views of the Aegean Sea. It was
really relaxing! The next day, we explored the ancient ruins of Ephesus, which
has the largest amphitheater of the ancient world, seating 25,000! The ...
... an hour to get to Ephesus, and first stop was a mosque. I think the day was organised like this because we waited at the mosque till a group arrived who had flown from Istanbul to Izmir to do a day trip to Ephesus. Next was a very interesting stop at what is believed to be the home where Mary Magdelene spent her last years. It was an intriguing story and seems to be authenticated by the Vatican as the last three popes have made a pilgrimage to bless this ...