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... of the land and we all know how that works. Ezgi was very passionate about the history and it's a shame I can't remember everything but it was fascinating and I could have spent hours there. It was amazing to see how advanced the ancient civilizations were. For example, the public toilets were constructed with running water under them to remove the waste and another water supply in front for cleaning themselves. A fountain was placed in ...
... time. It is very hot though and by the end she was fairly stuffed. The old city was built by firstly the Greeks and then by the Romans. The ruins are much more widely spread than those in Pompeii, however Relle says they have only unearthed about one eighth of the known site. The periods between each inhabitation is quite ...
... walk through the "Grand Bazaar". This consisted of two streets about 50 metres each. Our tour director Lisa recommends shops for leather bags and jackets, scarves and Turkish delight. There are also a lot of jewellery stores. It kind of feels like walking down the queen street mall - not very grand bazaar-ish but the best we get on a cruise boat short shore stop. I of course decide I need another small black bag, a scarf (which somehow turned into 3!) and ...
... kicks her butt. We are in the middle of the end of Ramadan, so everything was closed on Thursday morning in anticipation of the celebration to take place tonight. All of Turkey will now be on holidays and celebrating. We are all feeling kind of lazy, so a relaxing pool day was in order. Shelley was down there by 10 am. Les and Willy went exploring and the three of us baked by the pool. First time for me to burn a bit in the super hot sun. Not feeling all that ...
... to have a think about how the hell I was meant to do it!).
We headed off north back up the coast of turkey and what an amazing ride it was. With the sun on our back and the beautiful blue out to our left we made good time up to the junction to Cesme, from here it was only another 70kms to our ferry port.
We arrived at Cesme at 1230 and with our ferry leaving at 1800 we had a few hours to spare. We parked our bikes and went off in search of the ferry ...