Samos Bay Hotel By Gagou Beach
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... island and boarded our last ferry in Greece. Disappointed we couldn't have spent more time in Samos as it looked beautiful, but it was hard enough trying to negotiate ferry timetables and get back to Istanbul as it was.
Met our bus in the port of Kusadasi, (now back in Turkey) and drove for 3 hours to the ruins of Pergamum. Our guide, Koray ( My name is Koray. ...
... to the second larger one....but by large, it is not actually "large" by waterfall standards we have at home in Cairns.....but it's a waterfall - and it's all about the journey (of wading through the stream and amongst the rocks) not the destination :)
I actually bypass the first upstream wade by climbing the rickety wooden steps to the cafe on the hill - ah-amazing views of the mountain side. Worth the visit and if you want you can have lunch, ...
... in town.
From here we made our way through two vast agoras, one for commercial exchanges and one for officiating state business. Now quite except for tourists making there way down the reconstructed streets, these were once a busy hive of city activity. We were also lucky enough to explore one of Ephesus more recent discovers, a housing complex for some of the elite family who resided there. Still an active ...
... that they know and the pace of life was much more relaxed than what we saw on Mykonos. The island is also very lush with vegetation, pine trees and framed by tall mountains.
After browsing around at some local shops and visiting a beautiful Orthodox Church, we hopped in a cab and headed to the Village of Kokkari just 6km away. We were rewarded with turquoise waters, ...
We joined a small tour group today of 14 people for a tour of Ephesus. Funny and knowledgeable Nizam took us to Mary's House (a house Jesus's mother and The Apostle John supposedly lived in for some years); Ephesus, the site of the Temple of Artemis (one of the Seven Wonders ...