Hotel Keskin Dalyan
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... gems at Aphrodisias is the Sebasteion. it was originally built as a temple to the deified Roman emperors. In its heyday this was a spectacular building preceded by a three-storey high double colonnade decorated with friezes of Greek myths and the exploits of the emperors. Amazingly it was excavated as recently as 1979 and 70 of the original 190 reliefs have been recovered.
We spent all the remaining time we had at the excellent museum that has been ...
... to a kebab shop and ask the owner for a ride. Sure enough we got a free ride with Ali Baba the shop owner!
Ephesus was really cool, lots of ruins and even more tour groups. We all crowded around Rory's iPod and attached 4 sets of headphones for a free audio tour courtesy of Rick Steves. We entered at the top gate on good recommendations and walked down the hill through the various ruins ending at the library and the huge theater. Ephesus (Efes) was once ...
... was like traveling with a homeless person. There is a third Peregrine group about, the new one off today for the boat cruise.
Back up for a bit more battery charging and getting the bag out. Final email and web time. Nobody had taken the second floor bags down so helped Ahmed and Sharif load the van. Left at 0903, the others needing a bit more pep in their step.
Leaving Kas, our life on easy street is over: some longer drives, no chilling and lots of time in the ...
I woke up during the night, the sky was crystal clear and full of stars, really good when you are away from any major cities and the light pollution, just a shame I cant take photos of them
It was up again at 5am for a 7 am leave for Saklikent gorge, karacay river (I think the only reason we went here because we were too early for the campsite we were going to, so we also did a bit of food shopping for the cook group
... sales pitch of the office manager. Fifty lire doesn’t sound too bad, but Michael holds me back.
“How much is the admission to the sights we’ll be seeing today,” he asks.
“It’s twenty lire.” I reply
“So why pay 50 for something we can get for 20?
Sound economics. I’m convinced.
“Hey, when are you going to take us to our hotel?” we ...
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