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Going Greek in Selcuk

TURKEY | Mon, 16 Jul 2012 | By macedonboy | Views [895]

It's been 5 days in Istanbul and what a wonderful city it is. Having done all the tourist things, I still felt there was plenty more to do and see. Alas it's time to move on because the other places I want to see are Canakkale and Selçuk. Neither are ... Read more >

Tags: ephesus, greece, selcuk, unesco

Turkey adventures - hospital visits, horse capers and rock climbing!

TURKEY | Sun, 1 Nov 2009 | By tonielle_krisanski | Views [1004]

Selçuk to Capadocia. After Gallipoli, I had an eight-hour bus to Selçuk where I stayed at a fantastic hostel called Allita’s Getaway. I had one day of sightseeing out to a small fruit wine town called Siringe, and saw a few ruins in town and then ... Read more >

Tags: capadocia, dervish soldiers, ephesus, fethieye, flinstones, goreme, horse riding, hospital visits, konya, selçuk

 

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Mary’s floats are always much finer, made of gold- and silver-painted metals (remember how poor Baroque Spain was). This Mary is made entirely of wood, but usually her dress is real fabric, meaning her body is a wire frame. This makes her hips sway back and forth as the processions proceed and basically just serves to egg the Spanish men on.: by eitakg917, Views[229]
Mary’s floats are always much finer, made of gold- and silver-painted metals (remember how poor Baroque Spain was). This Mary is made entirely of wood, but usually her dress is real fabric, meaning her body is a wire frame. This makes her hips sway back and forth as the processions proceed and basically just serves to egg the Spanish men on.

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