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... in Turkey is crazy! Rules seem to be more like guidelines. So that was a little stressful in addition to figuring out how to get to these waterfalls. Our GPS was not helpful at all. The other contribution to our stress was that the car took some getting used to. It is a 6 speed instead of a 5 speed and reverse is where 1st gear is except you push in a button on the stick. Well, Kevin was driving and accidentally put the car in reverse at ...
... importance to the empire, and is rapid development, Seleucia was known as the head of the “Syrian tetrapolis” (four great Syrian cities); the other three cities were Antioch, Apamea, and Laodicea.
Originally part of the Seleucid Empire, Seleucia exchanged hands several times between the Seleucids and the Ptolemies. Ptolemy Euergetes captured it in 246 B.C. during the Third Syrian War (246-241 B.C.), but then Antiochus III The Great recaptured Seleucia in 219 ...
... of the fellowship that Christ came to bring. Such hypocrisy often goes unnoticed because it is justified by other causes as being “in-line” with the truth. It is a subtle deception to pretend the truth can be suspended for other supposed godly means. Peter learned this first-hand because Paul had the nerve to stand up and point out the problem. The early church might have turned out much different if Peter had rejected Paul's correction and the church split there and then.
... everything else here. But that's not really why we didn't drink, it's just not so common here, and it was quite nice to have a booze detox - definitely helps when you need to get up early and cycle in the heat. And it is HOT. On the day we cycled into Antakya, the signs (neon time/temp signs are quite prevalent here) read 36 c, and there were many days that felt as hot. Wanted to wash our cycling clothes most nights, as we were pretty drenched all ...
We stayed the night in a little hostel for travelling teachers called the Teachers House. We popped into town to get a few bits (including proper Turkish delight with pistachios and hazel nuts) and I had a good ol' fashioned Turkish shave and haircut.
Syria was super relaxed! Life was continuing 100% as normal and we had no threats or issues during our crossing. On the contrary, people were happy, helpful and really interested in Jabula because of ...
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