Mr Happy's - Liman Hotel
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... a few Turkish rugs were purchased by the group to be shipped home free of charge. They served us lovely cool apple tea while they performed quite the show in rolling out many different rugs for our pleasure. Azer then took us to a beautiful tree covered restaurant where we had traditional Turkish food - it was all very nice! The last stop was a leather making place and again the performance to sell their products was full on, including a fashion ...
Had a wake up call at 6.30am this morning to make sure we were up for our mad dash into Turkey. We berthed in the town of Kusadasi, jumped on a coach and headed for the ancient town of Ephesus. Originally it was created by the Greeks, was taken by the Romans and was used as a bustling harbour town until it's demise around 700AD due to the nearby river silting the harbour and making ...
... echoes began. That and the fact that the bathroom light didn't work and the door to the patio was warped. Anyway... The staff were really very helpful and the food was quite good. We stayed a couple of nights the. Made our way to the Blue Sea Hotel which was much quieter a block away from the sea but with a beautiful view.
So, again we kick back. Swimming in the Aegean, swimming in the pool, eating and walking.
There was one day, however, where we ...
... of things though. As we moved down the street, our guide told us of the city like presence that Ephaseus had, government structures, public toilets that doubled as washrooms and boutiques for the women. We moved past the Terrace houses towards the Library and the theatre. Les and Willy visited the a terrace houses, I'll have to get them to write a bit about the mosaics and the homes they discovered. The Library building ...
... It symbolizes a mystic cycle to perfection though different paths, such as, the whirling of open arms. The right hand is directed toward the sky ready to receive God’s beneficence, while gazing at his left hand turned toward the earth. As he turns from right to left, he is conveying God’s spiritual gift to the people upon whom God looks with a Divine watchfulness. The act of Whirling is a form of 'remembrance of God’, ...