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- Continental Breakfast
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... is only one of the many kinds of "traditional" Turkish foods that one could eat. It was a pancake with meat, cheese, peppers, and potatoes. It was very tasty, and I could easily say that everyone left lunch very full and satisfied. After lunch we traveled to small village, where we got to taste wine, shop and enjoy a beautiful little Turkish village. It was again, a very nice way to end the day. Before going to bed, we ate dinner as a group back at our ...
We had a later start today and didn't leave till 9am for our first stop at the church of St Polycarp. St Polycarp was the first Bishop of the Christian church believed to have been appointed by St John. He was martyred at the age of 86 and his last words are recorded as "I have been faithful for 86 years, why would I deny my Lord now!" This church has the most spectacular frescos covering the whole of the inside walls and ceiling. A 90 minute drive returned us ...
... And now, I was standing in turkish territory! My entering to the country was rather funny, as i had to leave my backpack and passport in the border and ilegally walk inside to look for some atm, get some change and come back to pay for my visa. They didn't have cardreader and I forgot to prepare the cash for this, hehe! But apart from this little setback, everything went smooth afterwards, and I easily found the bus that took me to Izmir and ...
... a light up bar that looked alright, one of the only ones playing any music. It seemsed busy with both sexes... so we sat down and ordered a drink. They had no Malibu but the barman went and got some especially - which I thought was nice. However...he gave it to me in a chaser, with a side of coke. This should have made me guess what was going on...it wasnt untila girl came to sit with us that ...
... rather magnificent. Ephesus was the grand capitol of the Roman province of Asia, boasting 250,000 inhabitants and even was home to one of the ancient wonders of the world. Perhaps its most famous artefact today is the Library of Celsus, which can be seen on all the postcards. There was also a gargantuan amphitheatre which housed all kinds of entertainments from gladiators to theatre, and even Sting and Elton John (as overheard from a tour guide). All in all Ephesus ...