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Just to end this episode we, me included, would just like to
tell our Stef that we are all very proud of her. Our Stef
(L’s neice) is a property manager and through her work won a trip to
Dubai. Well, win really isn’t the right
word because she was awarded the trip for being the best in her field, no luck
involved, just skill and hard work. Well
done Stef, we love you: me too!
© Lynette Regan 29th September ...
... t quite break even with the Museum Pass, it was still worthwhile because I could skip the ticket line at busy attractions, which was anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes at the more popular ones. Also, at Aya Sofya, I was able to skip the entrance line and jump to the front of the security checkpoint queue. Unfortunately, at Topkapi the entrance and security lineups are combined into one, so there was no further advantage gained today. The ...
... I had gone to their recommended photographer, I had to buy four sets of pictures before they got it right. The Embassy security guys smiled all knowing when I came and went. The Embassy has an optical reader that measures the image and makes the decision. Embassy staff is not allowed any discretion. The nice woman behind the counter at the Embassy said that one guy the week before had to return 11 times before he brought an acceptable photo. ...
... helping travelers. I stayed at his home in the dirty, dark streets near the wooden "Old Town" of Tbilisi. While there, I went to see a man about a donkey.
This man didn't have a donkey, nor did he know much about them. Like me, he was an American who'd gotten the great idea to travel in Central Asia with an ass. I figured, if I traveled around Eastern Turkey with a donkey, it would force me to slow down and ...
... as our friends the Chollet who were passing through Tbilisi, Here are some pictures of theses last few weeks.
We have 2 ministry groups in farsi a month, and these groups are well supported by those young sisters who are very motivated for this field, We also gave 2 meetings a month, a talk or the watchtower. In general we have between 9 or 15 people (thats just interested ones). Last sunday, we had 9 iranian present, from which 6 came for ...