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... The gods are watching out for his waistline. Kusadasi is filled with markets (and really not much else), which in Turkey means haggling over the price. We hadn't planned on doing any shopping here, but with all the stalls and markets it's easy to get into the swing of things and SHOP, SHOP, SHOP. Lots of stalls filled with leather jackets and coats (fashionable, but we're not interested), imitation designer ...
... Sea, and on the north to Selšuk district.
We went quad biking and saw lots of turtles on the way. Kusidasi is the home of the largest water slide in europe, but it was not open at the time.
On 22 April 2015, ...
... in various trades (leather, carpet, souvenirs etc) – making sure that these stores give value for money and more particularly, do not badger tourists. They present their wares fairly with a fair price attached (although bargaining is permitted) but there is no recriminations if a purchase is not made. The cruising industry is quite strict and the stores are afraid of losing their accreditation if they transgress.
In fact, the guy who ...
... other European companies by Austrian Archeologist supported by professional from many places including the USA. The main attraction is the Library, said to be the third largest library of ancient times after Alexandria and Pargamon, this facade is what's seen when pictures of Ephesus are seen.
I'll post some pictures in the text, but there will be more attached.
... in Troy...possibly the remains of the original city, though no one is categoric on this point, so, in short, we have possible ruins of Troy plus one very large fake wooden horse, built in 1975 for tourism purposes. Why not, if there is a buck to be made! As we had paid 15 lira each to see lots of ancient stones, we decided to have lots of fun with the horse instead....well I did!
And I guess as we are on a cultural tour, I ...