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... temple. What is left is still beautiful along with Hadrians Gate, bath house, latrines where on cold days slaves would be sent to warm the marble seat for their master. Women did not use public latrines & a law was passed that a man couldn't sit for longer than 2 hours. Too much socializing was going on. We walked on original marble streets that had holes in them to hold the hand brakes of the carts. In the business ...
As our time is winding down in Turkey we have given a lot of thought to the places we want to visit that we haven't yet. One of those places happens to be Izmir. It is a quick flight from Antalya but much too far to drive for a weekend trip, so a plane is what we took.
It was easy to find our hotel and we grabbed lunch next door. Friends had told us what to expect in Izmir. It's a very new city in relation to much of Turkey. Most of the city ...
... instruments used in Islam like: Lyre Spike fiddle Nay Goblet drum Kettle drums Double reed Bagpipes Music is usually embraced in Islam as long as it is appropriate and contains no profanity! Islamic music has made to globalization and will continue to grow! There is a brief overview of Islamic music and it's history! :) I hope you learned something new and ...
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I know it was completely inappropriate, but as I was walking amidst all the tombs, I wanted to sing "Bring out your dead." AKA Monty Python. I chalked it up to the heat making me goofy.
Here is Mary plugging away hiking among the dead. She said if she'd gotten much hotter she would have joined them.
Happily, she ...
... with my family to wait as long as I could before I had to leave. Nedime couldn't come to the airport, unfortunately; she is studying for an exam and has to work. She and I said our goodbyes earlier, and I'll admit, it was extremely hard leaving her. As with everyone else, I will miss her terribly. We had a good hour together at the airport before I had to leave. There was plenty of laughter, as my little cousin Arda ...