Tusan Beach Resort
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... to other handwoven products. We also saw cotton, wool and silk as well as blends, being woven and the inherent differences between their look, feel and performance. We were so impressed that we bought a carpet to ship home to put in our sunroom! Next we stopped by a leather factory and managed to escape without any further purchases, then returned to the port to re-board our ship prior to ...
... based on a book of visions by a german stigmatic, Anne Catherine Emmerich. When they had located the house, it became a place of pilgrimage and the church, never one to miss a chance to make a few quid, didn't exactly refute the idea. Now its big business and millions of people flock to the house every year to drink the water and to leave a prayer note in the wall. Its quite the little goldmine for the local muslim population!!
... to leave port before we can dock. It's a pain. Eventually we clear customs etc and wish good luck to our Aussie mates who are all heading in different directions to us. It's now dark and 7.45pm. We're running out of time.
This is where our luck runs out. The next bus is at 10pm and only goes to Denizli City and no connection to Pamukkale. Even if we get this bus we wont get to Pamukkale until gone 2am in the morning. The hostel we've booked wont even be open.
... up from the hotel until 10:30 a.m. – truly a luxury on a sight-seeing vacation! We first visited Selcuk – where there were ruins of the Temple of Artemis in the foreground, with the Selcuk castle first, then the church of John the Evangelist and finally a 13 c. mosque, all in the background.
... in the bag, we stopped off at St. John's Basilica after taking a dolmuş back to Selšuk. The Basilica contained a good deal of ruins. Most notable among them was the set of three arches near the center, the octagonal baptistry of St. John, and the grave in which he was buried. Further up the hill, but closed for maintenance, was the castle of St. John, and over the edge of the wall around the Basilica was a superb view of the city of Selšuk.