Pefkos Beach Hotel
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... We then went onto St Phillips tomb, we all took pictures, nothing really interesting there just a dark room made of stone with a few carvings on it. The place of Pamukkale was special because the ancient city of Hierapolis was built onto of it, it was known as the "White Castle". We were then allowed to go and do what we wanted in a way, we could go to some "Special" pool and swim for 25TL (The Antique pool had some significance as it has supposedly had some special person swim ...
... it would have been a mansion. Because of the expense of excavating sites Turkey get other countries to do it for them, the trouble is that then these countries take the most important artefacts for themselves, hence why Museums from around the world have so many artefacts from Turkey, it’s a shame in a way. There was quite a bit of archaeology going on while we were there, it’s amazing the patients these people have.
A short drive on and we came to ruins of ...
... site because some of it has been reconstructed to give you an idea of what it was like and it is HUGE. They estimate only 3% has been excavated and it took us several hours to explore. Mosaic floors, painted fresco walls, libraries, sports courts, a coliseum and even a public flush toilet! Wow- it was amazing.
On a personal note it was fun to ...
... to the market place near the port. On our way through what appeared to be a residential area, we heard people banging on pans and blinking porch lights. We stopped a lady on the street to ask what the ruckus was about and she confirmed that it was related to the anti-government protests that started in Istanbul. Ah yes, we were all too familiar ...
From Pamukkale, we travelled south to Kusadasi. Once again we drove on good but mountainous roads. We were now seeing lots of olive trees - and fig trees. Roadside stalls sold dried figs. How I wish the figs were ripe now so we could try them.
From the starting point of our drive at Goreme we have seen changes in the fruit types grown. At Cappadoccia it was apple trees, ...