Wallabies Ephesus Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The group is organised into 3 groups and each day each group has an assigned task to do - water collection (have big jerry cans on board we fill up at gas stations), cooking (dinner and breakfast the next morning) and truck clean (cleaning up the inside of the truck). We were on cook group the second night so were given equivalent to $20 to go out and buy dinner and breakfast ...
... fact it is one of the steepest in the world. We were careful to watch our footing going down the steps.
At the highest point on the hilltop were the arsenals. From there looking across the valley to other hills we could see the remains of the aqueduct system.
Built on a conical hill rising 1,000 feet above the surrounding valley, Pergamum was an important capital city in ancient times. It is one of the most dramatic sights in the country and is also ...
... was despite signs saying that tractors, horse and cart and bicycles are not allowed on motorways. In fact it is the combination of old guys on old bicycles, farmers on tractors and middle income turks in fast cars that cause half the problems. They are all blissfully ignorant of each other and you will get some nutter flashing his lights and honking his horn, while he debates whether to hitch a ride in the boot of your car and you can't ...
... were held. The fanciest houses have private baths. All of them have central heating. And the plumbing infrastructure is fascinating, especially considering how old the town is. It's neat watching the site excavation happening as you're touring. Apparently, some people go back every few years to see what new things have been unearthed. The Terrace Houses were abandoned abruptly after an earthquake, which is why everything is in bits and pieces. ...
Undecided about the hostel rooms and facilities. I was in a 10-bed dorm but ended up being the only one there. On one hand, it was nice not to have to fight for the bathroom. On the other hand, I was freaked out that the room didn't have a lock. Only the front door to the hostel is locked at night, but Hamdullah insisted it was safe and that he had cameras out in ...