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... of Lycaonia (14:5-6).
A community of believers began to grow in Iconium and it is likely that the believers in Iconium frequented the churches in the region of Lycaonia (such as Lystra and Derbe). Gauis, a devout believer, and a disciple, who would journey with Paul later during his third missionary tour, was commended by the believers of Lystra and Iconium (Acts 16:2). Thus, the churches must have intermingled or Gaius traveled to Iconium on several occasions to ...
... countryside which was almost like a Tattooine style canyon.
The most notable church for me was the Yilarli (Serpent) Church with its frescos, arches and obvious altar. My feet were worn out by the end but I felt so exhilarated from the experience. My mind wanders from the campsite and the promise of a swimming pool back to the epic walk. But hey what a day, what a place, what an ...
... bus collects us in the morning and it's a different bunch of tourists and a new guide. We reach the site and run the usual gauntlet of locals begging us to buy something, anything from them, they are very insistent. Cappadocia is a surreal eroded landscape where early Christians burrowed into cliffs to produce chapels, homes and a complete underground city. Many of the hotels continue this tradition. The guide books describe the landscape as "fairy ...
After we had a meal, we had the opportunity in Goreme, to visit a Turkish Bath house. How many times have we heard about them but who knows much about them! Although we were tired from the journey, we all were very willing to do something none of us had ever done and did not know what to expect!
Devrim, our guide told us the Turkish baths (or Humman) were one of the oldest in the area and we would get feel very good after ...
... sessions per day, so classes run from 7.30 to 6pm. Yesterday I was interviewed by some students as part of an English assignment. Fun. All schools and universities are free and the government is trying to increase the number of young people going to uni.
Today I totally confused the hotel by asking for soy milk. I then described it as juice from beans. The look on the waiter's face was priceless.
Iyi gunler......have a nice ...