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... and sketch pads, head off around the bay and find a shady seat with harbour views. We while away an idyllic hour sketching a vibrant red fishing boat while watching the locals, our fellow passengers shooting photos and a large inter-island ferry come and go.
We also see an enormous cruise ship anchor outside the cove and ferry passengers into shore. Joseph, our cruise director, had forewarned us of this. He is apparently in daily contact with shipping agents in ...
... all news channels including Sky TV and BBC. However, the second lead in Sky and BBC has been the Greek debt crisis. BBC reported this morning that Greeks had withdrawn more than €2 billion since Tuesday and that European Central Bank officials questioned whether Greek banks would open on Monday because of liquidity issues. For Greece, it appears that they have reached their "too ...
Our tour was transferred to a new cruise ship, same cruise line, but unfortunately it changed out whole planned trip. We spent the morning on the Cruise after boarding early morning. Now finally on out long awaited journey around the Greek Islands! Our first stop was Patmos, we arrived at about 4pm and had a few hours to explore the Island.
Ship docked at 9am at Kusadasi a resort city of antiquity with the rich cultural heritage of Western Anatolia in modern Turkey. Some 3000 years ago Ionian Greeks established a colony at a site then on the Aegean Coast. Centuries later Ephesus was a thriving regional capital of Imperial Roman, who's importance & wealth was seen in great temples, grand public buildings, monuments, elaborate ...
... drank tea, debated issues and enjoyed entertainment by musicians and others. Close by was the Roman Bath House with its steam room and heated floors and walls where deals were done. Close to this were the communal toilets where more business was done! Outside, the city was littered with glittering fountains and a short distance away was the huge amphitheatre that could seat 25000. It was here that the populace came to enjoy the spectacle of gladiator events, Christians thrown to ...