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... they started the call to prayer, or that's what we thought it was. Our guide soon put us right. Ezgi said it was very sad as they were making an announcement of someone who had died. They were calling out their name, the details of their life and their parentage.
From there, we headed to Ephesus which had been another place on my bucket list. Originally the city had been on the coast and now it was 8 miles from the sea!. The site ...
Had a wake up call at 6.30am this morning to make sure we were up for our mad dash into Turkey. We berthed in the town of Kusadasi, jumped on a coach and headed for the ancient town of Ephesus. Originally it was created by the Greeks, was taken by the Romans and was used as a bustling harbour town until it's demise around 700AD due to the nearby river silting the harbour and making ...
... site with a large crew digging and sifting their way though the excavation. It was really interesting to watch them work. With all that has been uncovered in Ephesus, I can only imagine how much more there is!
We walked back towards the main area - many more tourists had arrived by then and the stadium was crawling with people. We made our way to the rest of the ruins, starting with the huge Agora - market place and through to the Celsus Library - one of the ...
... It symbolizes a mystic cycle to perfection though different paths, such as, the whirling of open arms. The right hand is directed toward the sky ready to receive God’s beneficence, while gazing at his left hand turned toward the earth. As he turns from right to left, he is conveying God’s spiritual gift to the people upon whom God looks with a Divine watchfulness. The act of Whirling is a form of 'remembrance of God’, ...
... in about 250AD.
Matthew has been traveling independently in Greece and Turkey with a group of friends, but we bumped into them at Ephesus. He is having a very good time, and manages to fit far more into one day than we can…….but then he’s on the go non-stop whereas we need an afternoon siesta to recharge our batteries!