We finally made it to Ephesus! It was really cool trip ☺
I thought I'd put together some of my best/most interesting photos.
Our first morning in Selçuk was market day; and it just so happened that the market started right in front of our hotel. It was a great opportunity to practice my street photography skills.
A street in Selçuk
Dad thought this guy was funny; he's soldering a handle onto a pot between his knees.
A man and two ladies sit at a little table on the street to eat breakfast.
I was almost run over by the karate kid on the bike.
On the second day of our stay we took a tour. The tour included the house of Mother Mary, Ephesus, and the Temple of Artemus.
As it turns out I didn't take a picture of the actual house....
The House of Mother Mary
Statue of Mary on the road to her house. Our guide told us that the statue is neither old, nor gold; if it was gold, it wouldn't still be there ;)
The Wishing Wall
Ephesus is seriously the city of cats, there were cats here and there and everywhere!
Look at all the people! This is Ephesus on a slow day.
(I didn't realize that I uploaded the crooked photo until now. Oops)
Quotes from out Tour Guide:
"If you want to get on the bus, it's the white one." (That's him with the Blue umbrella)
"It's only three hundred years old."
The Train Museum in Selçuk
Having a little fun.
Sam climbing into a train.
Look we were here!