Anemon Izmir Hotel
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... it must have been massive. It was trading hub like perhaps Singapore or Amsterdam is now. It was the centre of the ‘Mother Culture’ because of being supposedly the goddess Artemis’s birthplace so it was sort of pilgrimage destination. And it was the centre of state, the capital of Asia Minor containing the Roman garrison.
Currently there are 11 different missions excavating the site and we could only see about 15% of it over ...
... in German. They usually address him since the man makes the decisions (little do they know).
I had taken a 50 euro note thinking that I would change it in a bank for Turkish Lira (TL) but to change it I needed my passport, which the ship is holding. I hadn't thought to bring my Visa debit card to get cash from a machine so that was safely in the cabin safe. So it was just a walk and photos.
The streets were very clean and no one asked us to ...
... language barriers, a mixture of a social setting, summer and alcohol provided enough social lubrication. It was truly fascinating and enjoyable speaking to young Turkish people and discussing the ways in which we live, grow up etc. It was interesting to hear how many faced similar and somewhat restricted expectations from parents regarding jobs, marriage etc. and comparing that to Australian youth who go out, slut about, abort foetuses willy-nilly, ...
... am going to tell two bad stories now. One is my blunder. The other story is Kamie's MUCH BIGGER blunder. Neither one of us are proud of these stories but I can't tell of his horrific blunder without telling of my little one. They both involve shopping. We first went into the market and I saw a cart full of wooden spoons listed for 5 Lira each. I immediately started bargaining for 2 spoons for 2. No. They finally agreed to 2 spoons for 4. And then I gave them 4 ...
... that name. And Homer was not on the curriculum. At least not this year. They were positive that they would know as there were only a handful of English literature students on the campus. But, they would be more than happy to find a student who may put our copy of the Turkish Iliad to good use. (Perhaps even consider including it in the curriculum next year? We chose not to ask). A bespectacled young man walked past and on being asked, nodded his assent and was ...
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