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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was well worth it, an awesome feeling to think you've waked the streets that Alexander the Great did in 334 BC (along with 1.5 million tourists a year!). And it was a city long before that. Back on board, having a rest on the bed. Always lots of walking, it's hard work being on holiday. Oh well must be time for a cocktail ...
... sandwiches fresh off her boat. She fried'em up right there in front of us. We also walked around Kemeraltı, a really old bazaar that's been around since the 17th century. In the same area is the Hisar Mosque, also extremely old (15th century). I've seen quiet a few mosques and to me, there's something very mystical about them. It's the daily prayer (5x a day), the elaborate domes, gender seperation, cleanliness, and all sorts of rules ...
... on orally -use cymbals, drums, the lute, spike-fiddle, emblem flute, goblin drum -Islamic music only used in certain sects (modern) -genres: honors Allah, praise Mohammed -quaranic recitation: deigned to be heard -contemporary music: people promoting Muslim culture through music; music widely embraced -awake me records is up and coming label for Muslim music: maher sain, Islamic ...
... was to stay around the pools and take a shuttle back to the bus, or to walk with him in a guided experience through the site. Seven of us hearty (fool hardy is more like it) souls decided to walk - did I mention it was really HOT??
Because we were such a small group, Ender took us on a path that he doesn't usually follow with larger groups. I felt like we were bushwhacking a ...
... me as I was to learn, so she was thrilled that I wanted to take pictures/video during the entire process. However, I am NOT allowed to put them on Facebook - I guess some of the photos may be embarrassing. ;)
I learned how to make the dough, roll it out using an oklava (a long rolling pin), make the filling (meat, spices, and a few veggies), form the mini dumplings, cook the dumplings, throw together the sauces, and serve the ...