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We woke up and had the breakfast included in our stay- a delicious spread of the kahvalti we've had before- slices of cucumbers and tomatoes, breads, olives, various cheeses, hard boiled eggs, different jams, Nutella, yogurt, honey...a Great way to start the day! We hopped on the dolmuş - what the mini busses all around turkey are called- and headed to the beach that everyone recommended - Altinkum.
... their shop or cafe. We had taken a map at the port and when we found the sea front too hot we cut down a shady street to a park. There was some green grass which was again paspalum and mercury bay weed and the park gardeners were busy planting lavender and other heat tolerant plants. There were a few dogs wandering the park but they left you alone and we also noticed lots of pet shops. As in Greece, there were also quite a lot of cats around and some ...
Ephesus was very busy, and it was a lot more touristy than the first time I went there in 1985.
The guide was very informative and we moved from one part of Ephesus to the next very efficiently.
Then we left Ephesus and were driven to a nearby Hotel where we were treated to a Roman Feast- they even dressed us in suitable Toga attire for a bit of fun.
Just before ...
... the bus stop to the address of my couchhost. I met Ceren then, a really relax and easy-going turkish girl, so friendly since the very first moment. I later met the whole bunch of her flatmates who were also so welcoming and interesting to meet, most of them french who were doing either exchange or working in the place. Turkey is such an interesting country, and Izmir is such a beautiful city, really "westernalised" and yet still containing ...
... that day, one at 10:22, and one at 14:20. I decided that the 10:22 was the one to go for. I banged on Tom’s door and alerted him that we were leaving in 5 minutes, and with that we were off to the train station where we made the train with about 2 minutes to spare. Nice timing, but shame that we neither had time to shower nor breakfast.
We arrived there sometime around midday and picked up some breakfast, then made our way in a minibus to the ruins, which ...