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... drove to the The Church of St. George which is the principal Greek Orthodox cathedral still in use in Istanbul. It has been the seat of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, the senior patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church and recognized as the spiritual leader of the world's Eastern Orthodox Christians. The church is located in the Fener district of Istanbul. It is a relatively small church, particularly given its status in world Christianity, this however can be ...
... security and they came to inquire as to exactly what I was doing, I started apologizing profusely and backing out of the room. An hour later, still no sound. Whoops!!!! At least they didn't kick me out of our little Turkish paradise. That would have been even more awkward! I wish we were staying here longer but only a 3 hour layover then off to Ethiopia where we spend the night. I'm thinking that may be a little more of an "experience." But we'll see. ...
... always be Geisha. Without exaggerating, the view from Kat 5 was one of the best Ivan or Vlad has ever seen, and a good night was had by all!! We even saw a huge falling star soar above Istanbul and we all made our wishes. The next morning was a slow one since we needed to catch up on sleep, so owe didn't venture out till 11 am. We said goodbye to the Frate, who was due to fly back down under. We were very sad, for now we were down to 4. ...
... something resembling puffed rice, assorted peppers, a salad of chopped cucumbers, onions, and tomoatoes, bowls of yogurt and thin pita. For dessert, we finally got to have the traditional baklava with ice cream. And by the way, the ice cream is made with goat or sheep's milk. I can taste the difference, and am not too fond of the sheep, but am getting used to it. All of this is a fairly typical dinner feast, but I undersand why today's restaurant ...
... privileges are being taken away or threatened. Turkey has been considered a secular Muslim country to most of its citizens, but the prime minister who is being supported by orthodox Muslims is leading the country in a different direction. I pray for wisdom in the minds of Turkey's leadership and for peace and prosperity among its citizens.
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