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... gaan we terug naar het buffetrestaurant. Deze keer is het echt wel fris maar we hebben een dikkere trui bui dus kunnen we toch op het terras zitten. We zijn er weer bijna helemaal alleen. (opnieuw slechts 1 ander koppel) Deze keer is het Turks buffet (vreemd dat ze in het begin van de vakantie niet echt thema buffetten van de lokale keukens hadden en nu al 2 dagen op rij wel) Het is allemaal wel lekker maar toch vind ik dat het eten andere dagen fijner geweest ...
Today the cruise ship had arrived in Turkey at
the port of Kusadasi. We had sailed over night from Mykonos, we ad
left about midnight. Due to the optional that I decided to do in this
port, I had to get up early to be off the ship early. The optional
was to visit the ruins of Ephesus, an ancient Roman city. I got up at
6am, dressed, went up to the main dinning room and had breakfast –
it was ...
... seaport on the Mediterranean about 3000 years ago, and how silting from the river Meander, which slowly twisted its way through the area, carrying great loads of silt, caused it to lose its access to the sea. Ephesus is now four miles inland. The river Meander gave us the word meander, which describes the way the river flowed, slowly and in a twisty, winding path.
When we got to Ephesus, it was obvious from ...
... making demonstration and the usual hard sell we have become used to.
Dawn was looking for a leather coat and we got dragged into a shop. Once again lots of jackets were tried on, but Dawn decided against purchasing anything. Liz did purchase a jacket for herself and Michael, but don't tell him, it is a surprise.
... the Germans were the ones that were nice to look at. We chatted with them for the journey but left them when we got there and headed for some wine tasting. We got to the first place and they let us taste a number of different fruit wines from raspberry and apple to pomegranate. It didn't take us long to realise that serine was just a tourist town with some of the worst wines ever. We called it the CAPITAL OF **** WINE. We also realised that the place was just ...