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... I began to giggle (to myself) then thought scissors is the only resolution. Well, wouldn’t you know it…Bahar is a woman of many talents. She managed to dislodge the fan, with minimal hair damage. When I suggested Paula use some conditioner to remove her “tangles” Bahar busted up. Looking at me she said, I always knew you were trouble. Who? ME??
The bus got under way. We learned more about our ...
... There were tons of statues to Artmeis, the God of Hunting and Fertility, as well as the God of Victory, Nike. It was hard to imagine that I was walking right where the legends like Alexander the Great and Cleopatra had walked over 2500 years ago. At the end you get to see the Ephesus Theatre that would house over 30,000 residents. This theatre is even still used today for concerts and has hosted greats like Elton John and ...
Early in the morning being the first day of the holiday, the men were returning from the mosque for the bayram namaz, the holiday prayer. There was no sign of women in the street because they were busily preparing meals. When the men return they are greeted at the door by the whole family, and together they have a breakfast feast. In the street men greet each other with a handshake whether they know each other or not. When children get up in ...
What a day! We have seen and experienced so much. We arrived at Kusadasi on the south west coast of Turkey in the morning and went ashore for our excursion. On the way to Ephesus we passed fields of red poppies and, it being only 3 days since Anzac Day, felt quite moved by the sight. Ephesus, the second most important centre in Asia Minor after Alexandria, dates back to more than 2000BC. It has been being excavated since the early 20th century and is very impressive - only 10% ...
Students were assigned some group presentation topics during the week before we left on the trip. Each group researched their topic and prepared a 15 minute presentation to be given during the course of the trip.
The first student presentation was given today on the bus ride from Ephesus to Izmir. Presenters were Bennie Ashton, Taylor Campbell, and Will Hundley. A summary of their comments is below, along with ...