Ladies Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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We dock today at 11am. Our tour starts at 11:30 am just 3 1/2 hours long to see ruins in Ephesus. I'm up at 6 am for some reason. Can see blue sky so hopefully sunny out today. Got about 5 minutes of Internet left, I logged in yesterday and fell asleep and Ken woke me up and said you're not on the internet are you and I was burning up minutes sound asleep.Oops !Going to look at photo shop try and ...
... expensive. We were given apple tea and a parade of carpets to consider.... Not saying more than that.
Then it was back to the port with time to barter at the bazaar, mini by comparison with the Istanbul grand bazaar - where genuine fakes are promoted freely. Ken does look good in his Ralph Lauren shirt.... Do comment! An interesting day! Quite the best day historically to date.
... We headed for the bazaar in town where we haggled for souvenirs including turquoise stone jewellery set in sterling silver, handmade and unlike anything you can get in Australia, and window shopped some gorgeous fine jewellery. I am happy to report that my haggling skills are still in tact, despite a lack of practice the past few years. as it was end of season in Kusadasi, with the cruise season ending in 2 weeks time or so, shopkeepers were very keen to ...
... in Kusadasi early and were on the bus at 7-30am. We drove about 30 minutes to the site along roads lined with Mulberry trees used for feeding the silk worms which produce the threads for the Turkish carpets made here. Our gudie was knowlegeable but did like the sound of his own voice and tended to show us what he deemed important. I stopped him a couple of times to ask for an explanation of buildings he had simply ...
... thrower. I wasn't wearing my glasses and it was difficult to see what was happening. I could just see a flame. He proceeded to use the mini flame thrower to burn off any ear hair, which I have to say was quite painful. What really had me worried was that the nasal hair would be next cab off the ramp. Fortunately he drew a line at the ears. Rosanne was highly amused when I turned up clean shaven and told her the story of how I lost my beard. In short it was an amazing ...