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Saturday 30th May 2015:
We woke at around 7:30 AM today, Dominic and I got up, did the usual, except today we had to fully pack, then we did all the morning stuff, then went down to the buffet breakfast where we did the usual, you should know it by now, ate until we could no more. After breakfast we handed in the room key and then took our bags out to the bus, we all then boarded then were driven to the actual Troya horse that was used in the movie 'Troy' ...
The day started with a1.5 hour boat ride on the Bosphorus Straights, the main sea lane between the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea. This waterway is extremely busy with cargo ships and ferries that bring workers between the European and Asian parts of Istanbul. It is estimated that these ferries transport 2.5 million people a day! Quite an undertaking!
We then boarded our bus which had fewer seats, thus more leg rooml. More ...
... a lot of fun though!
Before heading back to Istanbul we spent a night in Bursa, the city at the bottom of the mountain. This is where the original Sultans who established the Otoman Empire are buried and we went to see their tombs. We enjoyed wandering around the markets, visiting the mosques and tombs and seeing Turkish life in this interesting city.
New Year's Eve was a quiet affair compared to last year's exploits (when we had gone and stood under Big ...
... a realization and a serenity that nothing you do is a waste of time. Perhaps found through traveling, perhaps through teaching, something or some moment has led me to this place. As one of my favorite writers puts it, this understanding could result from anything: "It might even be the long, slow arguments of the waves on the shore, or a handful of earth between your fingers, as you laugh at the possibility of ever outrunning your ...
... and they seem to have barely had any life span to them at all. during my inaugural period here each class felt like it lasted forever, but now I'm swinging more and more under my belt and it's flying by. Summer still seems a far ways away, but in reality I've covered about a third of my contract already.
I have come to appreciate the energy it takes to speak in another language, even a simplified version of English that I utilize when I teach ...
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