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Ephesus, Turkey: A Travel To The Past

After Croatia, my excitement started to build up for our next destination - Kusadasi (Turkey). To me, this was the highlight of this cruise; second is Santorini (Greece).

Performers preparing for a dance at the Port of Kusadasi.
The welcome bag waiting for us inside our tour bus - postcards, a necklace, an evil eye pin and a map inside.
The country side.

Upon entering Ephesus, ruins laid everywhere, waiting to be discovered.
I didn't know where to focus my camera.
I was mesmerized.




Ephesus astounded me. I wish I could remember all the details and history our tour guide was telling us. Every column, every tile, every chipped marble and rock is a page waiting to be turned. It is history in any and every form.

Ephesus is too much, too beautiful, and I love every minute of my stay there.

Comments

  1. I would love to go to Ephesus. What a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Now you got me wondering how possible a cruise for us in those places. Inspired =)

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  3. that's a beautiful place. thanks for sharing your pictures kayni!

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  4. kayni, what's an evil eye pin?

    beautiful shots! grabe, inggit ako sa mga napuntahan mo kayni! gusto ko din dyan. turkey must a "very cultural" place! :)

    PS. kayni, visit me at my new site ha (my old one is out): kumarenggrace.com

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  5. I would love to visit that one day! baka mataranta ako sa pagtake ng pictures:)

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  6. ephesus is a "hidden" gem in the travel world, imho. it's bound to astound anyone who comes to see it for the first time.

    ang daya you get a gift bag upon landing in kudasi. we didn't get anything when we docked in izmir :(

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  7. Parang napaka historic ng place. Looking forward to this series. :)

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  8. wow!!! im blown away. thanks for sharing always.

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