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... which my brother kindly requested and had played. We all shame ourselves for perpetuating the Turkish perception that westerners love these songs while we have a good time dancing to them.
We make our way back to the boat, bundle our blankets and pillows up to the deck to sleep in the open air. The stars are brilliant. The breeze – amazing. The crickets are doing their best serenade. One last burst of ...
The mountains we can see in the distant on the other side of the bay are absolutely stunning. I can't stop looking at them. In fact they are covered by a mist which adds to their beauty. This part of the coast is very beautiful.
Dinner tonight is in a lovely garden restaurant with a big Labrador drooling at us as we eat. I have lentil soup which is delicious.
I had arrived in Turkey, and it was disturbingly different
from anywhere else I had been so far. These people are strange, at least in
Istanbul, and it's no fun when you have to put up with stalkers and
transvestites and other strange people on the streets at night time.
I also feel like my human rights are being abused when I have
to pay for things like using the toilet and even going to the beach! But by far
... the smell belonged to...we didn't go check but I think she was right with the goats. But in all honesty, it wasn't overpoweringly strong and for some Rodeo Houston fans it was standard fare.
Things we leaned about Turkey today:
-There are tons of stray dogs and cats. The animal activists in Turkey pick the stray dogs up and get them their shots and check them out for diseases, if they aren't adopted in a week they turn them loose to be strays again but with a tag on their ...
... the HT position also means that I will be here until next November. Although it is only a few months more than my original departure date, it seems like so much longer. If I am unable to get a position in London for January or Feb 2012, I think I will go home for a few months and then move to Argentina and job search in person. Then again, it is over a year away and maybe I should just take one month at a time.
Perhaps I haven’t shaken the nomad mindset after all.