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... through the rear window, imagining our bags becoming un-wedged and tumbling into the path of an oncoming bus.
The hotel was as bizarre as the taxi ride to get to it. Squeezed into a narrow street lined with greengrocers, butchers and sewing machine repair shops, the hotel entrance was crammed with unsuccessful pretensions to grandeur. Huge displays of fake flowers and vines, all with a thin film of dust, greeted us, and ornate white couches stood guard in the ...
... 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 ...
... another suprise.
When I was walking with the Syrians we have stopped in the coast caffe for a tee and sheesha (water pipe), here called Nargile. While smoking it, some guy from America asked us if he can make us a photo - default theme: three turkish men during a traditional sheesha time. We have laughed and introduced ourselves but we have agreed anyway - the American made his photo and has gone satisfied. :)
The another suprise, or - more correctly - ...
... returned to our hotel. I had a long nap (still getting over my recurring headaches of the last few days) and made a few phone calls to the US, and Murray worked on the computer. For tonight’s dinner, we had a quiet one, going upstairs to the hotel restaurant and sharing a tasty meal of meatballs (kofte) with salad and bread, plus a chicken kabob with rice and chips.
Today was a lovely day, and I’m happy to report that my mood (finally) has ...
... 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.
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