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... sleeping on the floor. Just before we got off the train they had distributed cheap white cotton sheets to everyone, I hadn't been able to figure out why, now I knew, to protect you from the dirty floor and seats.. It was hot on the ferry - despite being cool outside - no-one made any announcements of any sort in any language, f it had decded to sink (which would not have been a surprise) no-one would have known where the life jackets were. Most of the lights were out, which ...
... cucumber, walnuts, dried apricot & fig, fresh orange juice and a nice milky coffee like your Nan used to make. It's all rather pleasant and a good start to the day. It's just me and the bloke - all the other guests are still asleep.
It's the same bloke that checks me out and asks if I've had anything from the minibar. Only a bottle of water. "We'll give you that on the house" he replies and tells me to wait in the entrance hall of this merchant's house (which I'm ...
After my disastrous first 24 hours of Turkey, I needed to update this blog with a little more positivity. To be honest, I probably lost a load of you at the 4th time I said I had cried... But to those of you still with me, here's some proof that Turkey isn't as bad as I first experienced.
I woke at 11am, and immediately felt better. I didn't even hear the call to prayer at 3am. Or the one at 5, or 7, etc.
... Kirk Douglas'.
There isn't a lot left of Hattusha, the ancient capital of the Hittites, mostly just stone outlining the bases of buildings. We first visit Yazilikaya, an interesting holy site that consists of wall carvings in a narrow grotto. One character looks a lot like the modern concept of a wizard, with high coned hat and shoes with pointy toes that curl up.
We head further uphill to the ancient Lion Gate. Only one ancient lion is in attendance. ...
... This year, Black Swan Publishing House introduced its new volume for teachers and students, Time to Read, by Dan Roberts, Nuray Grove and Aylin Graves. The authors were together in person for the first time to celebrate this accomplishment. The book, hopefully the first in a series, uses historical and cultural narrative, challenging assessment exercises, vocabulary development and audio to teach English to non-native speakers.