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... cruise liner port and marina, we pretty much stayed put in our tranquil resort and just immersed ourselves in reading, the occasional dip, pussy stroking and other indulgences such as just one cornetto - give it to me - and of course Graham’s daily intake of Efes. Blimey, we actually felt like we were on holiday, what bliss, this of course meant that Graham’s previous restriction of one ...
... over the centuries and is now very rich and fertile rural land.
The city is first believed to have commenced around 1040BC. It had a very chequered history, having been established by the Amazons and since ruled by the Greeks, Persians, Romans, Alexander the Great, the Ottoman Empire etc. at various times. The city was for various reasons eventually abandoned, and over many years of earthquakes, dust settlement etc, the city was ...
... that have been in Kusadasi over thousands of years. ( Muslim ,Christianity and paganism) The magnificent Library of Celsus is a mammoth structure built in 125AD. So much history in this place, makes your head spin. The day was extremely hot, reaching high 30's again, and with little or no shade in the ancient sites, it was very exhausting day. Lunch was at a little family restaurant - Turkish pizza....we had salad with 12 Turkish pide pizzas ( rectangular shape ),cooked in ...
... as was the Theater. Not quite as impressive to us as the one at Hieropolis, but we suspect that's because we were at the bottom, not the top. :) We finished our tour with the standard Carpet and leather store stops. Lunch was great, but I'm guessing they were disappointed when we didn't buy a carpet. Les and Willy got theirs in Cappadocia, and the rest of us are too cheap! Haha. Although we all enjoyed a true fashion ...
We've been to this port in 2008 and then we did a shore excursion to the hills area and a little World Heritage listed village called Sirince ... such a lovely peaceful setting. I'll never forget the wizzend little old man who insisted on polishing my white trainers even tho' I told him I had no money ! The result was my trainers never looked the same and I gave him a tea bag and a coin - that's all I had!!!