This morning we had Kahvalti, a traditional Turkish breakfast which is like a feast. We had all kinds of breads, cheese, jams, veggies, pomegranate juice, eggs, coffee...I think they would have just kept on bringing us food if we didn't finally insist we were full. Afterward we drove to Ephesus and took a horse drawn carriage to the edge of the ruins (which was QUITE the adventure, let me tell you). Never in my life have I seen anything quite like Ephesus. To think that today we stood in the same places as the apostle Paul and walked the same streets as the Ephesian church was a humbling and surreal experience. I really think that from now on I will read Ephesians in a different light as I think of it being taught and shared in these amphitheaters.