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... visiting travelers asking for health and protection. The languages varied from English to Turkish and even Chinese. This site is also a shrine for Muslims as they believe that Jesus was a holy prophet. I thought this may have been my one opportunity to visit here in a long time so I figured this would be the one place where I could purchase souvenirs for my family so then it may convince them to come with me sooner.
... outside and watch the police work. To be fair though, I am pretty sure that half of Selcuk found an excuse to watch the events unfold. In this country police tape obviously means only that you have to take the time to duck under it, not that you actually have to change your route. If there was really a major crime scene, there would be no evidence left with all the people that walked through!
So that was the excitement of Selcuk.... some ruins and ...
... altı (before) + kav (kahve, coffee).
A ten minute bus ride later, and we were walking to the ticket office for Ephesus, home of the first of the seven churches in Revelation. As we walked down the pine tree lined, cobblestone paved path toward the ruins, the large amphitheater was our first stop. The view from the top of the second level was spectacular. On the path outside the theater, a reenactment took place every twenty ...
Turkey 5- 10th September 2012. Sirence, Priene, Miletos and Didyma.
Despite having two weeks here we didn't get to see everything- Izmir to the north and and Selcuk near Ephesus were visited but too briefly to ...
... waived as I was alien and so didn't count, but it might have been about something else entirely. In any event we were clearly the subject of much discussion, which it was a shame not to understand. It was touching to see how devotedly she was looked after by her grandson. We thought that we might have misunderstand things when the van turned off the road and down a dirt track but it was just a short detour to drop some people off and we were ...
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