Today we are first in line for exploring the ancient city of Ephesus! Ephesus was an ancient port city and was once considered the most important trading center in the Mediterranean. It was built in the 10th century BC. Its excavated remains reflect centuries of history, from classical Greece to the Roman Empire. There have also been many famous visitors who once walked its streets such as Alexander the Great, Marcus Aurelius, St. John, Cleopatra, and the Virgin Mary. We were able to have this incredible place all to ourselves for a little bit and it was definitely worth waking up early for.

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Episode 056 | Selcuk, Turkey | Filmed August 2019
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21 thoughts on “THE PERFECT DAY AT ANCIENT EPHESUS | Turkey Travel Vlog

  1. Aylin Yaman says:

    There is no such thing as “warm ayran”. It is clear that your first experience with ayran was unfortunately with a bad one because it should only be served cold (VERY COLD in fact). It is watered and salted yogurt; pretty straight forward but it shouldn’t taste that sour like you described. Savory, yes, but not sour. Most western countries associate yogurt with “sweetened yogurt” but yogurt is actually savory (in fact as you know even in USA savory yogurt is sold as “plain yogurt”, meaning not sweetened). We Turks use plain yogurt A LOT in our cuisine and ayran (if done right, which I don’t think the one you drank was a good one) is amazing. So, you must give ayran another chance again. And remember, it should be served cold. If you get room temperature one again, don’t accept it. … I hope you visit Bodrum, Alacati etc. There are more gorgeous resort towns in Turkey that you need to explore. Enjoy your travels…

  2. Roger Paulson says:

    Another great video. I like the use of horizontal and vertical scene transitions. You must of went on one long trip in 2019. I would have compare your videos, with that of Nate and Kara. Great photography and excellent story telling.

    Looking forward to your new travels now that travel is opening up after covid.

    Thanks again for sharing your talents.

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