Villa Konak Hotel Kusadasi
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to me yesterday at lunchtime, I went round in circles.
Pete went to Mass first thing; the priest is Vietnamese, he said he belonged to something called, I think, the Apostleship of the Sea, which provides priests in ports and on some ships around the world – Holland America Line has one on each ship I believe. I had a quiet morning catching up on emails and sorting photos, Pete stayed quite a long time ...
... The home is high on a mountain in a quiet grove. Like so many sights in the Holy Land, it is under the supervision of the Franciscians. A small church has been built on what is believed to be the home site. There is a wall for candles and another for attaching notes with written prayers.
Back in the ancient city we were shown the site of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Only one column now ...
... to see whether he is still in Kusadasi, which is only 20km or so from Selcuk. Indeed he and Margaret are still at their apartment and Beemer Mick is also there!
Serial readers will know my good friend Mick as he accompanied me on the previous tour to Romania earlier this year (see blog Euro Bimble 2014).
And so I take off for Kusadasi and spend a ...
... an's origins as a recited text: it is assumed to have been passed down from Muhammed's followers since he was illiterate. The recited Qur'an provides a fascinating opportunity for the integration of musical intonation into traditions that have more strict views on music.
LISTEN: Qur’anic Recitation
Contemporary Islamic Music
Although it is small, the burgeoning contemporary branch of ...
... end and found another room... and another, and another. We crawled around from room to room and down different passageways for at least a half-hour before realizing that we needed to keep moving due to time. By the end of our spelunking expedition, we had come to the conclusion that there was either a very large building still awaiting archaeological excavation or a small network of cookie-cutter homes. It was pretty awesome :)