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Klein's conclusion, or at least I think it was his conclusion, “If we are mindful as we can possibly be of where we are in life right now, the most fulfilling option on how to live these years will reveal themselves to us, not by rigorously following the prescriptions of the wise philosophers, yet by being ever mindful of their wisdom. By simply being aware of the ...
... springs of hot water that form natural pools. The water ranges from 36-51 degrees and there was no way I was getting in any deeper than my knees - especially not for an extra 30 lira! The accountant in me is starting to come out. The temperature was already a very humid 31 degrees so most of our group didn't swim. Pamukkale is a really interesting area , there's a lot of ruins from ancient roman times and the Northern Necropolis, which is an ancient graveyard ...
... to be blown out and that anyone could read his request if they really wanted to look at it. He didn’t budge. So, I grabbed the pen and added, “I wish for my husband to not be so stingy and secretive with his wishes” to my piece of paper and then affixed it to the wall.
Our cabbie was waiting for us once we exited the park. He was very agitated that it took one hour to get through the house. He must have calculated ...
... off was €5. Yep … genuine fake leather no doubt !
Back on board about 6.20pm, too late to make an appearance at dinner and respite from Miss Prissy would be good. We were tired, hot and sticky and decided to eat “anytime” and asked for Slavic’s table and were shown to it.
At last after missing him several times it was nice to catch up with him again and I was able to pass on a message to him. We took ...
... starts right down at the base of the steep climbing road creating an upper city and a lower city complex which was evident as old drystone walls and overgrown structures could be seen for the whole of the thirty minute climb to the upper city entrance. We had tossed up whether to go to see Ephesus and as it turned out we were all blown away by the fact it was so intact and restoration has been so successful.
Probably the most ...