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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 ...
... yourself one day.
We returned to the ship around lunch time. As it was a fairly warm day, Claire was absolutely spent, even though on the less strenuous bus trip. After lunch, Claire slept. I went off the ship again for awhile and walked through the streets of the new Kusadasi (Ephesus). After returning, I proceeded with writing this summary while Claire continued to sleep and rest.
We dined once again in the Manhatton Restaurant prior ...
... control leaving Greece. No lines, just a mass of people heading to the door. People are pushy everywhere! Once back on the Turkish side of the sea, we waited for passport control again, finally getting through to meet our driver Hassan for the 3 hour drive to Selcuk. Hassan was very nice even with his limited English! You'd think we would have learned more Turkish in 3 weeks here! After a long day of travelling, we found ourselves at the Hotel Nazar, greeted by ...
... US 68 pp including entrance fees to all venues. None of us wanted lunch included.
Awake at about 7am, showered and dressed by 8.30am and then to the dining room where we had breakfast with Janis and John. We chatted away for ages and then parted ways as we went back to our room to get our things for the day then back down to the International Café for a coffee and to wait for the others … not enough time to do anything else ...
... dishes, stuffed capsicum, rice, choc pudding, yoghurt soup, moussaka and the list goes on.
after filling our tummies we move off to the city of Ephesus. From the road you can see a couple of ancient ruins, but on entering the marbled pathway you find that the city just goes on and on and on. We pass a street that shows arches evenly spaced as you walk and discover that these were once shops. Another place shows lots of holes in marble ...