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... a job, right now you are the best sales person I have seen or heard. Do you want a job yes or no. Come with me to Australia.' After that he backed off. I have got no bloody idea what I would have done if he had of said yes but hey it was worth a shot. Gavin, Chris, Renay, you would love to hear that we still use the code word 'crocodile' for when Joelene and I think a deal is **** and we need to move on or whether we just think something is ...
... home the next day. Air pressure on the plane..
The altitude must have caused it to explode- ouch.
It turned into a horrible multitude of blisters, and it took me so long to recover, but luckily leaving no scars.
This seems to be the memory of Greece that sticks in my mind the most- OUCH!
... was one of the original Seven Wonders of the World, but is now just a single reconstructed column. Our guide pointed out that most of the stones found at the site of the Basilica had clearly come from the Temple or Ephesus, so these ancient builders were big on recycling! Standing at the Temple, the view included the Basilica, a mosque, and an ancient fortress...quite a combination of beliefs and eras. On our way back to the ship we stopped at a rug co-op. ...
... no I didn't buy a $50,000 silk hand crafted rug. The good thing if you are interested in their rugs they will ship anywhere and normally at no extra cost as the Turkish government have an export program in place and pay this.
We finished with a stroll along the board walk watching the men and boys fishing off the rocks and beaches and a lot of people stroll along here later in the afternoon and we could understand why. Close to finishing our walk we decided ...
... Kanjo’s perseverance and strength to make the most of everyday. He’s trying to get work off so he can meet up with us once we get to Istanbul so keep your fingers crossed!
The last night we were in Ankara, all of us were invited to a cocktail party hosted by the provost for METU and extinguished MSU/METU alumni as well as James Madison faculty, including the Dean of JMC. Turns out, networking with people much smarter than you ...