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... the attic of a carpet and kilam shop being schmoozed by the owner of the store. Somehow we got talked into buying a handmade organic wool kilam. Our bartering in Asia must have served us well because we paid less than ¼ of his original asking price. A steal of a deal (we hope)! Of course it didn’t take long for Steve to get tired of walking through the crowded, hectic bazaar so we found a small restaurant on a back street to ...
... built on a platform that sat on stilts in the middle of a gentle river. It was a perfect getaway,and we knew the day was ours to take at whatever pace we wanted. We had an long delicious lunch (I had the local trout), with plenty of time to sit and relax during the meal. The only disturbance we encountered the hornets that eventually attacked our food. This wasn't even a bad part of the day though, because It sort of became a game ...
... protests also believe Erdogan's time in power needs to come to an end. He has been elected in 3 consecutive elections, obviously earning over 50% of the vote each time, but his approval rating has dropped almost 10% according to a poll taken 3 days ago. In referral to the "preventative techniques" discussed in the previous sections, supporters of the protests tend to think they are too inhibitory of personal and social freedoms. Many protest supporters ...
... them took photos of us and one was even brave enough to approach Susan and ask for her name. All in all, it was a great day! Susan and David: After visiting the Topkapi Palace and being welcomed by cute, little Turkish children, we visited Armaggan which had a candy shop on the third floor. We enjoyed free Turkish delights and watching the chefs make candy in front of our eyes. It was interesting to taste authentic Turkish ...
... also has to plan with his group, thought not to quite the same degree that we do.
I've taught kids from age 3.5 years old and up, so when I was asked if I was willing to teach kindergarten, I said I was open to it. I knew that a lot of other prospective teachers would not be thrilled by the idea, but I really enjoyed the short time I spent working with kindy students in Vietnam, so decided to give it a shot.
I'm teaching a class of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center