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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... us the site. Some nicely preserved amphitheatres, temples, a hippodrome, an arch and a colonnaded square and high street. Very easy to picture yourself back in the city's heyday. And plenty of clambering over crumbling walls inches away from 30ft drops. Health and safety isn't really a thing here... Our morbidly obese guide took us to a restaurant for lunch, which served a delicious, but vastly overpriced array of local foods. The ...
... After this moving episode, we headed back to our car and drove away, still in the moment and grateful we got to practically stumble in this biblical place.
We finally arrived in full view of the Dead Sea and our hotel, and went straight to the beach. That was much fun!
Basically, you ...
... to people for nearly 4000 years. Incredible.
As I stood on the hill, I noticed a huge flag and flagpole and I thought back to Malaysia, claiming the largest in the world (snatching it from Auckland Airport, grrrr!). As I looked, I thought it must be mighty close and wondered if maybe the Malaysians were telling porkies. It turns out the flagpole is a full 30 metres taller than the one in Malaysia!!! The deceit was overwhelming.
I headed down to the Roman ...
... juice and a wrap. They were
delicious - a bit pricey, at 80TL for the three of us, but I could have
predicted that, as the place had a "western" look to it rather than a
pokey local place where the food is also delicious, but we really wanted to sit
By the time we had a bit more
of a wander, it was around 4.00, so we decided we needed to get another bus and
hop on down to the Blue Mosque, where we had started our tour, ...
... I eased into
the idea, whether it was to ease myself into it or my family and
friends, I don't know. I think some of them knew I would do it before
I fully knew myself. I never thought this dream of serving overseas
would lead me to the Middle East. I wanted to come to the Middle East
to visit, but it seemed suicidal to want to live here if I took the
negative news reports in any seriousness.
I first ...