With our daughter-in-law’s help and our own search online, we found this company which actually provides tours for the disabled. The whole Ephesus tour from Kusadasi was better and more than expected. For example, they provided us not only a wheelchair-accessible van but also an extra wheelchair for me just in case I might need it. And indeed, I needed it because of my weak knees! Our guide, Taylan, such a great person whose manners, knowledge and thoughtfulness made our trip much more memorable. Worth mentioning is that they, without our request, also assigned an assistant to us without charge. The assistant, Hasan, such a godsend, didn’t speak much English but that did not for a bit affect his gentle and tentative service to us.
Thanks to this company and the services they provided us, we had our dream trip come true!]]>
Throughout the day, she shared many fascinating details about the historic sites that we visited as well as allowing us a glimpse into not only what daily life was like back in ancient Turkey but present day Turkey as well. Perhaps the best complement I can pay Taylan and Ephesus Tours, is that because of them, I will return to Turkey, as one day just isn’t enough in such a beautiful and captivating country.]]>