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... roofed with sticks and bracken, also there are dome low walls built from boulders around the villages. At one village clinging to the hillside there is a party taking place, lots of villagers are gathered around tables and are eating and drinking, the main street is full of parked cars. We are amused by the way the pack horses have been replaced by motor bikes, but the saddle bags made of a woven carpet material are used across them. As we ...
... there and take look. The hill where the rock footprint is, has great views, but unfortunately it's quite hazy. We set off again heading for the Biga Peninsula. We followed the coast road and came across a camp site. We pulled in and had to weave our way through the olive trees trying to miss any low branches and parked up. It is like a mini resort, there are small huts that are for rent, there is a restaurant facing a narrow shingle beach which has loungers, and grass ...
The day starts with a traumatic experience, as we are getting ready to leave some of the men who were here with the rams reappear, they untied them and proceed to sacrifice them almost in front of us. I have witnessed sacrifices in Nepal at their festivals and I find them very upsetting. If you have never heard an animal squealing as their throat is cut you cannot know how horrible it is. I know that I shouldn't judge other people's cultures but it I find ...
... a population of 250,000. It was worthwhile spending extra to visit some newly discovered terrace houses lived in by the rich. They were under cover and very well displayed so you could see the intricate mosaic floors and the comforts they enjoyed - like under floor heating! There was also a team of archaeologists there working on putting together a jig saw of pieces of tiling from the walls - fascinating. At the end of the Ephesus tour we are a ...
Sadly saying goodbye to the Hilton, off we went to Pergamum. On route, we stopped at a leather factory, which according to Emre, our guide, was gong to be a great place. Now having been on many trips where we go to an outlet, which ends up being the guide's brother or cousin! It was called Rossini and on arrival we were given a snack and tea, and led into a room with seating all around and a catwalk up the middle. The owner did the usual little speech about the quality of ...