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One life in the world is like one drop in the ocean; if there were no drops there would be no ocean. But every drop rises and falls the same with the tide, every drop flows where the current takes it, and every drop rolls as the waves carry it. Like fingers curling to grip the shore, the waves break and dash the drops against the rocks along before being drawn back in to the depths. Each drop is part of a surging wave, ...
... 1st century B.C. Tarsus continued to accrue wealth and popularity throughout the Mediterranean world. Though, by the year 67 B.C., Rome had taken control of the region but the Greek culture and customs had permeated the city and its people causing them to become Hellenistic (Greek-like), an effect which had occurred throughout most of Alexander's Empire as well.
Tarsus attracted many notable historical figures such as Cicero who lived in the city from ...
... right as you finally pass the truck. It's fun feeling the bike fight you but having control over it.
Anyway, back to creeping along the country back roads of Turkey at a fifth of the speed. It started out kind of fun, but soon I was soaked through and a bit disappointed at times that I was missing all the nice scenery for having to focus so ******* the road. I had a couple of nice encounters with locals who helped me shelter ...
An unscheduled day at leisure in Ankara. Was meant to be on the day train to Adana but for reasons outlined in the Istanbul blog I'm having to take the night train departing this evening.
I really am the only guest in the hotel. It's like a Scooby Doo hotel. I once had to put a colleague up in a hotel on the outskirts of Frankfurt (as there was a major Messe and no rooms available anywhere) which we nicknamed the Scooby Doo hotel for the pretty much the ...
Flight left from Tel Aviv at 6 in the morning so decided it wasn't worth paying for a bed if I had to get up at 2 to check in for the flight by 3. After all, with the night life as it is in Tel Aviv, I wouldn't be going to bed until mid- night ( I'm not one of those young ones that GO OUT at midnight) and who wants to pay for a nights accomodation for 2 hours sleep!!!!!
Flight left on time. All good so far. Tired but OK.
Arrived in Istanbul ...
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