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... 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 ...
... And now, I was standing in turkish territory! My entering to the country was rather funny, as i had to leave my backpack and passport in the border and ilegally walk inside to look for some atm, get some change and come back to pay for my visa. They didn't have cardreader and I forgot to prepare the cash for this, hehe! But apart from this little setback, everything went smooth afterwards, and I easily found the bus that took me to Izmir and ...
... custom. She said something appreciative and Eli smiled back unsure how to say anything applicable.
Upon reaching Akkun, Mia researched accommodation while Eli sussed out windsurfing options. Unfortunately there seemed to be no place (at all) to stay in this tiny enclave that was basically 2 resorts, a few hotels and even fewer restaurants. Slightly annoyed we jumped on a dolomus back to Siğacık where we ...
... that people do it naturally. Not because RAK is a new catch phrase phenonoman that they're trying to follow, or that they read it in a self-help book by the latest psycho-guru, or because they saw it on Opera. They're doing it because it's basic human decency. The words of several great leaders and prophets come to mind. The basic golden rule for humanity.
"Do unto others..." you should know the rest.
... cups all fancy with silver. So of course on the next wandering I had to get a coffee pot. Since instant coffee is becoming more and more rare, we're going to have to switch our morning beverage yet again. Turkish coffee sounds good to me!
Close second is the tea - cay. I'm in love with the little glasses, matching saucers and tiny spoons. I must admit that I couldn't resist getting a set and posting it home. One of the negatives ...
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Sigacik Mah. 126. Sok. No:16 Seferihisar Merkez, Seferihisar | Hotelfrom $46