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... and I was struggling to think where on the bike I was going to put it....but I found some space and very nice the cake was too!! He was a lovely old chap , if I understood him correctly his name was Ahmet.
The road along Lake Iznik was very nice, no traffic and great views. Got to the hotel around 1 pm, chucked my laundry at the man behind the counter then hit the pool....
So that's it for today!!!
... before we got out of the lodge. Walking back to the hotel, in the dark we formed a convoy, pointing out landmarks and well of potholes and other hazards on the footpath, one of which I fell victim to . Others in our group claim I went down quite elegantly but to me it felt like I fell like a ton of bricks. If I hadn't been intent of photographing the sign of a hotel which amused me I would have seen the hole. thanks Hotel Dikmen. Yes, this hotel does exist! Tomorrow morning we are off to ...
... old ladies in our complex, and our nods and smiles are enough to share for our fleeting interactions. The characters are great, and the Turkish pages of the book as written by my life and of my movements will be marked by their presence in the same way an herb adds to the palette of a fine cuisine. There's the old couple that lives on the first floor, the husband of which insists on speaking (read: yelling) to me, even though I ...
... to begin learning the language very young) and he's already quite far along.
Interesting how things change. Quite a bit, actually. For me, aside from the obvious relocation, I've seen my home, and the friends that made it just that, splinter and head off in wildly different directions. Then it becomes hard to be homesick...I think perhaps a better term is peoplesick. People make the place. But I'll tell you, if a year ago someone told me I'd be 3 months into ...
... of šay) and exchange our respective knowledge of our native languages. It's great because not only does it remind me of the difficulty of language learning and put perspective on where my students are coming from, but works my mind in that unique way that only language acquisition can. I still can't say much, but phrases here and there are working there way into my speech a little more naturally. Also I've beginning to decipher the grammatical structure, how ...
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