Villa DanLin Hotel
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Pets allowed
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... didn't see him reach the top but joked with him that I'd like to include his adventure in my blog and could he do it again so I could take a photo.Sorry folks I couldn't persuade him !
It's been quite breezy today but still hot more swimming and more relaxing with just the lap of the water against the side of the Gulet.
We've just enjoyed afternoon tea and cake, so I thought I'd take the opportunity to write up today's ...
Cars speed by dodging errant pedestrians by the inch. The world around me spins in motion while I sit in the stillness on my little corner of the sidewalk. I feel the rush of the wind or maybe just the turbulence of the passing traffic. Every person and everything is on the go and I just sit here and wonder. I wonder their purpose for rushing about; I wonder their destination; I wonder about their life...are they content or are they looking for something more. I wonder ...
... Tarsus under the reign of Antiochus III (223-187 B.C.) during the period of the Seleucid Empire. So there existed a well-established community of Jews in Tarsus by the time of the 1st century.
Paul was born a Hellenistic Jew and a Roman citizen in Tarsus, likely through the political entourage of a relative who was a Roman citizen as well. Most often Roman citizenship was inherited from the father of the child. Even if the woman was a Roman citizen, if ...
... east through the mountains on my way down to Adana. One issue. One the new O-21 toll road down through the valley from Eminlik to Gokbez it had begun to rain. This is fine on a nice new tarmac road with gentle curves and gradients. Now I was confronted with some challenging dirt roads, much less well maintained than that near Mt Hasan and often covered in large puddles, some spanning the road. I had slowed to 30km/h and begun to think ...
... Jones. Armed guards stand on pedestals one hand behind their back resting on their bayonnets just in case any Japanese tourists decide to get leary. A local family have photos of their three children with one guard. The youngest is crawling all over the pedestal and the guard's legs and handling the rifle (alarmingly close to the trigger) but the guard remains static. They depart. Look back to see the guard heave a huge sigh of relief and we give each other ...