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Shakespeare's Cities (1)

Looking through my photographs one evening last week and re-assigning some to other folders, I realised that many of them have attachments to Shakespearean locations, so I thought I’d put a few up on Travels with my Camera today. 821 more words

Sunday market in Sigacik

When I’m travelling I love to visit local markets. It’s on the farmers markets where you can find the best and most fresh products at fair prices. 202 more words


Richmond Ephesus

I stayed at the Richmond Ephesus Resort in Kusadasi, Turkey, for five nights, at the beginning of September. This is an all-inclusive resort for families, groups (small and large) and couples alike. 1,019 more words


Turkey Unplugged - Day Five

Today we visited the ruins of Ephesus, a Roman city. Our guide, Huseyin, told us that there are more Greek ruins in Turkey than in Greece, and more Roman ruins than in Italy. 430 more words

Turkey Unplugged - Day Four

Today was an even earlier start than yesterday.  We began by going to nearby Troy.  Huseyin told us how a German archaeologist destroyed the Troy of Homer’s Iliad because he believed it would be found in the lower layers of the site but, in fact, it was much nearer to the top.   210 more words

Day 1: Istanbul
Arrive in Istanbul. You will be greeted and transferred by a private transfers to the hotel. Lunch on your own. Dinner will be served at local Indian Restaurants. 22 more words

Cruising the Mediterranean - a day in Kusadasi, Turkey (and how to make spiced lamb flatbreads with homemade hummus)

During our cruising of the Greek Islands our ship made a stop on Turkey’s western Aegean coast. Kusadasi, where our ship docked, is a popular resort town and a major stop for the cruise ships. 1,797 more words