Kustur Club Holiday Village
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... a wide and very orderly mall passing up the hill through the centre of the shopping precinct. Small lanes radiate away from the central mall with a myriad of small shops adorned with all sorts of merchandise. Some of the shop owners / workers are a little persistent (annoying) with tourists, however there is a certain charm around the overall ambience of the place.
The trip to the ancient Ephesus was an experience of a lifetime, and one not to ...
... this makes me want to come back and do a dedicated tour of Turkey. As we leave the compound, our local guide says to not engage the local street vendors waiting outside like vultures. He says to not even look at them, or smile, as they will follow us back to the bus to try and get us to buy their wares. As we walk through the turnstiles, a guys leaning on the side on the units asks what we thought of the ruins - I ignore him, but Joe says they were ...
... eventually gave up and the whole place became a place for livestock to graze. That is until someone decided to dig it up. To date only 25% of the city has been uncovered.
Anyway, the Roman ruins are most of what you see here. We have seen many Roman ruins but there is always something to learn. I was surprised to see that they had bath at the entrance gate so that visitors would clean themselves thus keeping epidemics at bay. The method of heating the homes ...
We've been to this port in 2008 and then we did a shore excursion to the hills area and a little World Heritage listed village called Sirince ... such a lovely peaceful setting. I'll never forget the wizzend little old man who insisted on polishing my white trainers even tho' I told him I had no money ! The result was my trainers never looked the same and I gave him a tea bag and a coin - that's all I had!!!
... just as reading Paul's Letter to the Colossians on the tel at Colossae was for me. Obviously one of my sabbatical goals is to read and study each Pauline epistle in its own place as I encounter each site.
Realizing that the ancient city of Ephesus is much larger than the current village of Selcuk that replaced it when the Ephesian harbor silted up due to the Meander River changing its wandering course.
Reading the sign in the kiosks ...