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We took a break from visiting the ruins after lunch to learn about carpet weaving. Turkish carpets are highly valued and heavily promoted, especially in Istanbul. If you are not careful, you will be invited into a shop by an … Continue reading
Today’s journey was a walk through time. As we meandered through the ancient ruins at Ephesus we crested a hill only to be greeted by the remains of the Library of Celsius. We stopped in amazement as we gazed upon … Continue reading
After a three hour drive, we arrived at Heirapolis, an ancient Greco-Roman city on top of the Cascades. Waking through the ancient ruins was breathtaking. The Cascades were stunning. The walk on the water was a bit slippery but worth … Continue reading
After an early flight to Izmir and a short van ride, we arrived in the Greek village of Sirince. This small village, of only about 700 locals, is in sharp contract to the over 16 million of Istanbul. We enjoyed … Continue reading
Thundar had a very busy day escorting Brinanna and Chad through the historic old city of Istanbul. He led our group to the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, and the palace of the sultans. As you can see, he was eager … Continue reading
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