Ephesus Terrace Houses

Ancient and colorful Ephesus Terrace Houses

Ancient and colorful Ephesus Terrace Houses

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Colored steps in Kusadasi along with a vast assortment of jewelry, leather, ceramics, sweets called lokum (Turkish delights) and carpetsOverlooking the ancient city of Ephesus from the Terrace Houses and in the left corner you can see the Library of Celsus which once held 12,000 scrollsArchaeologists are still excavating the Terrace Houses. It's very cool to watch how they're preserving it.Mango Crush at Sole Mare Beach ClubSilk fibers from silkworm cocoons are wrapped into a single strandI wanted to take the pink-and-blue rug home with meWhite House had great live music coming from it as we passed byThe making of a Turkish rug
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Taking the path less traveled has been Caitlin's mantra and now it describes her travels as a contributor for Johnny Jet. From representing her dream clients in travel and hospitality at a top global marketing and PR agency and spending 10 years on the agency side, she's uncovering inspiration on the other side of the table. She's an east coaster at heart but enjoys living the beach life in Los Angeles, laughing loudly and singing in her Mini convertible. Follow Caitlin as she chronicles inspirational places and faces she meets along the way. She can be found on Twitter at @caitlinlmartin or email caitwrites@gmail.com.

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