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... has the chance to do. Unfortunately, we were stopped at the end of our set because it was "FORBIDDEN" by one of the guards. Lucky enough we had performed most of our songs :) After leaving the Ephesus Archeological site , Oscar took us to an authentic Turkish restaurant Yavuz'un Yeri, where their main specialty was potato pancake. Well let me tell you, Oscar sure knows a good restaurant. Walking in the restaurant you could see ...
... produces a lot of oranges and peaches. The building itself is rather small. There are only a few rooms in the small stone structure, and waking through it only takes a few minutes. Though the area around it is maintained by what seems to be the Turkish equivalent of a Park Service, the site itself is now maintained by donations ...
... a positive workplace their employees incl. an international exchange program for their top performing employees the chance to work in in Britain for up to 6 months. We finished the meeting with a tour of the store before heading out to a large shopping mall for some lunch. After lunch we met with a well known marketing professor at one of the universities. This man is considered to be one of gurus of marketing and is close fiends with Alan Kotler (co-written many ...
We have now crossed the Ionian Sea in to the Aegean Sea. The Aegean is named after king Aegeus whose adopted son Theseus went off to fight the Minotaur. The problem, not for Theseus or the Minotaur (OK, Theseus wanted him dead so I'd say that was a slight worry if you were a Minotaur) is that all these Greek and Turkish mythological names are playing havock with my spell checker!! Every other word seems to be coming up with a red underline!!!
Known to the Greeks ...
... all decided that it was time for a beer at the cafes. We ordered one of their special 2 litre tap beers for the table and also got a shisha to try. Basically a hookha pipe.
The beer was so good. The pipe was supposed to be peach flavoured but didn't taste like anything.
We had some local football fans around us at one stage cheering and chanting. They got us all to join in and it was so fun!
All in all it was a good day!