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day, another port. Today it is Kusadasi from where we did an
excursion to Ephesus, a very interesting archaeological site slowly
being excavated to reveal a large provincial capital which once had a
population of 300,000. It was originally a Greek city, then a Roman
one in about the 2nd
century, so everything is very old. There was a lot of walking
downhill over marble paved roads so it took some careful
concentration to get to the ...
... replace him, know nothing better. With no better education, a parasitic life dependant on what they can swindle from others where do they turn? I took more pitty on today's guy than I did the little kids at the beginning of his journey yesterday. I didnt' buy any perfume, so he was bemused when I passed him a few notes as I left the port. We may be in the cradle of democarcy and civilsation, but it has prospered further in other corners than here.
... I hear you say. It was pouring down with major thunder and lightning. This storm wasnt going to go away in a hurry. We did wonder if the 5pm ferry would get cancelled as the sea was very rough and personally I wouldnt have wanted to go out on it. The Meander Express ferry wasnt the biggest of boats. So we sat it out and sympathised with Tracy about her suitcase disappearing. Tracy was traveling solo and so it cant be much fun knowing that the bulk of your gear has gone. If ...
... perfect! We relaxed getting ready for the big event the next day! The hotel was very pretty, our view lovely, but the ice machine was broken on our floor and on the floor beneath us and the toilet continued to run after being flushed. I didn’t care, but was surprised in that young a building. The funny thing: they charged for internet. Not ...
... The rugs are beautiful, and a small 4 x 6 foot silk rug takes about one year to weave by hand. Later they showed us a bunch of different rugs, and the kids got to roll around on more than $500,000 worth of rugs.
Back to the port to sample some fresh Turkish Delight (we like the fruit ones) and then Dan took Leah and Ethan back to the ship. Elle and I ventured about the shopping bazaar to see the "genuine fake" items but the shopkeepers were so ...