Asa Club Holiday Resort
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... right - the selling part. All very theatrical - men throwing out carpets like synchronised swimmers, We were served apple tea and had to watch the whole shebang before we got to the all important price - about $4000+ for a 6x8 rug...and the price only goes up for silk. very nice thank you very much but no we wont be buying anything. Darriel did buy me a backpack out the front of the shop (so I can actually have a flying carpet) but the bloody ...
... queue of Germans – is that an oxymoron??!!) at the ticket office. After about 5 minutes, the sign went up: ‘Next bus 12:30.’ It was only 10:20 and we had to be back on the Magnifica at 2:30. Don’t these people realise when cruise ships are in town it should be all hands to the pump. What one earth was the driver of ‘our’ bus heading back to the garage for??
So, walk it was then…!!!
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Today we left Dikili moving south through Izmir, Seferihisar and Siğacık before arriving in Akkun.
Izmir is the 3rd largest city in Turkey where we just missed the local bus to a suburb hub. The dolomus rides through the next towns were timed very well. On the way to Seferihisar, the van/bus had filled up and Eli got up to offer a 45+ year old woman his seat. Such was generally polite and definitely in line ...
... Bible in the book of Revelation as one of the seven churches to which John addressed his book. The group of Christians there received both commendations for their faithfulness to the point of martyrdom, and condemnation for allowing members of their community to blend their Christian beliefs with the sexual permissiveness required in the practice of the local pagan religious practices.
About 200 kilometers to the south of ...
... it was on to the Temple of Artemus one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - somewhat less splendid now having been destroyed, except for two columns acting as nest-sites for storks. Then onto the ruins of the sixth century Basilica of St John, with the tomb of the Apostle. Again an impressive structure, ruined but the compound would have been impressive with the treasury and baptistery beside the basilica, all ...