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We had booked a private excursion with a group from the Cruise Critic forum so it was a nice small group of 11. The ship's excursions usually consist of at least 40 so 11 is a much easier number to move around the sites. Our guide was great and got us on the road pretty smartly before the big tour coaches left.
Our first stop was the Basilica of St John or John the Apostle in Ephesus. The timing couldn't have been better as there ...
... so expensive. Back to the ship for some lunch, a nap and a quick gym session before heading up to the pool deck for a little taste of mohitos before we anchor in Patmos and get little tender boats onto the island. Personally I like Patmos a lot more than Mykonos ... It feels more relaxed and isn't quite so hot. Aimee and I both buy a white sarong for tonight's white Greek themed ...
... on our way to Izmir, our bus makes a sharp turn and we are headed in the right direction.
Artemis is affectionately known as 'The British Hole'. Apparently the Brits began to excavate the place during the Ottoman rule. The Sultan was more interested in selling antiquities to the highest bidder than keeping them for future tourism. So the Brits are now exhibiting the finest examples of Artemis' art at the British Museum. Turned out to be a good idea to start ...
... the leather store, we didn't buy anything there either. It wasn't that we didn't want to, but like I said, we are cheap! Once again we were amazed by the history and the richness of the culture in Selcuk and Turkey in general. The only bad thing about the day was that it was our last day with the boys. They moved on to Istanbul, while we went on to Athens before we fly home on Thursday. Hard to believe its been over 30 days ...
... held at a historical building built in 1249 called Saruhan, which was an old camel stop for those travelling the Trade Routes.
Everything we saw on this trip and the few days we spent when docked In Antalya were fascinating and spectacular. It has been our favorite country so far and one we would like to return to and maybe see the city of Istanbul, which we weren’t able to see on this trip. Gotta leave some things for later ...