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... I like to be creative with my cooking but even I have been flummoxed by the restriction of one cooking ring that worked and one solitary saucepan. There’s only so much blooming chicken stew you can eat…...phwark! But that one cooking ring did multi-task and became a toaster too when we felt the urge for a little bit of toast.
By the time we left there were only a handful ...
... 100 to 300mm in diameter. They also had public toilets with a "long-drop" channel that had sewage flowing via larger diameter pipes under the city towards the ocean. It was clearly a very well thought out city.
It is understood that St Paul and St John also lived in Ephesus. Paul was believed to have been there for at least 3 years and did his tent making there, as well as writing his letters to the Ephesians as found in the Bible today. ...
... 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 ...
... br> We’re on our way
Lynn and Dave, Mary and Tim, Kathie and Don and Doug and I all met up at the International Café where there was a bit of hilarity going on as some "characters" created by Jim Henson’s company were out and about in the Atrium – Sally and Ogden ?? I’ve never heard of them but most guests seemed to enjoy the banter.
We had a light lunch around 11.30am and soon after, headed out and through the port area ...
... 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 ...