REBLOG: Crumbling Theaters, Excavations, and Travel Tips – Laodikeia


Sunday 26 October, 2014 by Uncle Spike

I have been following Kait and her family on their adventures, and I must say, her blog posts are absolutely superb – the young lady puts me to shame! For those wanting some informed guides to the sites around Türkiye, look no further… (no payment was accepted for this rave btw)

Travelin' Kait

We have finally arrived! All over the world people come to hike the famous Cotton Castle of Pamukkale – and we are here!

I was a crazy/hyper/bored/stressed navigator on our 3-hour drive from Didim to Pamukkale – I couldn’t wait to get out of the car and get some fresh air!

We arrived at our hotel in the little town of Pamukkale and immediately went on our first adventure to the archaeological site Laodikeia. Having seen a sign for the site on the side of the road coming into Pamukkale, we found our way there like pros and felt proud of ourselves for not getting lost.

Loadikeia is an ancient town up on a hill overlooking the Pamukkale/Denizli valley – a great decision on behalf of the first settlers, the view is amazing!

The majority of the site hasn’t been excavated yet and there are hills and hills around the…

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2 thoughts on “REBLOG: Crumbling Theaters, Excavations, and Travel Tips – Laodikeia

  1. A million THANKS!!! Your blog is amazing and to see your comment really inspires me to continue writing! Teşekkür Ederim UNCLE SPIKE!!!


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