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... It is now possible to look up a bit more instead of concentrating on where the next twisted ankle was likely to happen! Another random fact - only 20% of Ephesus has been excavated.
On this visit I get to see the latrines - the rich folk used these marble topped facilities and were entertained by musicians etc in the process. The servants were despatched to warm the seats in advance - not such a pleasant task on a freezing cold morning - ouch ...
... after Jesus' crucifixion.
Interesting - Muslims also believe in Jesus and the Mother Mary but believe that Jesus was just a messenger from God. They also believe it wasn't Jesus who was crucified but Judas and that God beamed up Jesus. So there you go.
Next stop was Ephesus. What a place - another world heritage site and truly awe inspiring. The ruins were well preserved and it was easy to see the marble roads and walkways. Something we are quite amazed ...
... were falling asleep on our feet, we headed back to the salt formations and found one down the bottom, to the side. Down a steep incline of water covered, slippery salt, which was void of all other people and we could sit in the thickest mud in the area, with a different water supply to the other tourist pools, and in an area no one walks past. RAD! The water was perfect. So cool, while the sun was extremely hot and humidity is none. There were red raw ...
... was buried there. So it was interesting having a look around the ancient mosque and rooms whilst people were their praying. We then began following the Silk Road, which was a main trading route between Konya, the Middle East and China. This remained until the Cape of Good Hope ( South Africa) was discovered and trade then went by sea. Along the route there were many Caravansaries. These were ...
April 9, 2014
Nazilli to Yesilova - 225Km
Gorenser Otel 50TL/$24 (and worth every penny;)
From the formally-magnificent calcite Jacuzzies of Pamukkale to the alpine-like land of lakes near Yesilova.
Pamukkale is well known for a large white patch of calcite covering the hillside with irregular cup-shaped bowls terracing down the hill like moguls on a ...