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... but I unfortunately was not. Hey, you can't win em all. So I left, downed a gritty Turkish coffee on the way home and was back at the hotel in time for a late lunch in a much better mood. To enhance things I sampled another cuisine highlight - gozleme - flat grilled pancakes (similar in taste and texture to roti bread) filled with spinach and feta. They were rad. I also bumped into the friendly Australian who I had met the night before and chatted with him and his friend Mark ...
... one of the largest in the Mediterranean and the best preserved. It rivals many of the ancient cities found in Greece and we can see it on top of the hill from our hotel room. It is walking distance to the main gate, but due to the heat, in the morning we'll take a taxi to the South Gate so we can walk downhill through the complex. Tomorrow we also hope to see the wine region with the picturesque village of Sirince, less than 10 minutes from Selcuk. Our last day of sight seeing will be busy!
... noticed all these vendors on both sides of the street leading to the ruins. I was greatly disappointed. I didn’t expect that.
I just walked along with my eyes towards the sky like I was looking for something. Most of the vendors were a bit pushy but they seemed to leave me alone as I walked along. I came to the turn style and paid my 20 Lira and entered the tree-lined street. I immediately began taking pictures. I ...
... very steep at the market and pretty hard going at time walking amongst all the stalls, but it was lovely.
Despite having such a full day, we were for once back at the hotel by 4pm and I spent the remainder of the afternoon in the hotel pool. That night, we all sat at dinner and had a great time chatting and laughing. We have such a mixed bunch of people in the group and everyone just got along really well. Two great nights in a row in Kusadasi - I have very fond ...
... I got caught by the guards and paid 20 Turkish lira entrance fee. This more than made up, I felt, for any previous transgressions against the nation-states that hosted me.
Five million visitors a year go through Ephesus, and I think I saw about a half of them this day. So if you go, go early, because by 9.30 - 10.00 am it had started to ...