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This morning we met our friend Rustem who gave us a private group tour today. Rustem has been our guide in Turkey for the last 10 years and he is extremely knowledgeable. First of The House of the Virgin Mary, where John the Baptist brought her to spend the last years of her life. This is a significant religious pilgrimage destination for both Christians and Muslims, who ...
... a wander before hitting the beach and doing a dinner boat cruise. The cruise (in hindsight) was a vey bad idea - everyone's sick, we had a few injuries/sea sicknesses and the food was awful! We came home early for some much needed rest :) Day 8: Kusadasi (26 July) We are headed to Kusadasi today! We drove via Pamukkale and stopped at the calcium terraces, and had a paddle in the pool. Over the years calcium terraces have formed on the hill above the city, and ...
... to be blown out and that anyone could read his request if they really wanted to look at it. He didn’t budge. So, I grabbed the pen and added, “I wish for my husband to not be so stingy and secretive with his wishes” to my piece of paper and then affixed it to the wall.
Our cabbie was waiting for us once we exited the park. He was very agitated that it took one hour to get through the house. He must have calculated ...
... also end up living here full time … if only we lived closer!!
Back to the port at 5.15pm – a little later than expected - we alighted the van at the Bazaar and then made it a relatively quick window shopping experience with me occasionally going into shops to see what they had or ask prices. I was disappointed with the prices I have to say – the cheap items were pretty much the same price as everywhere else but the ...
... of the clues being uncovered each year and writings from the time found on monuments and mosaics portraying daily life. After our visits in thirty degree temperatures we retired to a tasty Turkish lunch which could only be described as delicious. Everyone cleared their plates and talking dropped to a contented murmur.
Then it was off to Kusadasi a seaside port which looks very Mediterranean. The setting is quite beautiful with old ...