Celik Palas Bursa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The names in the story were changed to protect the innocent, because people liked their heads to remain attached to their necks.
Bursa as is another conservative city in Turkey where many of the women are covered. In the Green Mosque we were fortunate to meet the Imam who demonstrated the call to prayer. Although the words are mostly the same, the rhythm is different at different times of day. The ...
... lunch break 4. I felt that each work place seem to have more employees than was required. In the PM we had our first Rotary meeting and presentation. Highly formal event held at the Hilton Hotel. Approx. 30-40 people. Our presentation went relatively well, however at the last moment before starting it was decided we would use an interpreter. This created a challenge with timings but we got though ...
... cold cans as a gift and I’m sure he’s currently sitting on the balcony with his wife, enjoying the brew as I’m typing this up, a few rooms down the hall. What a perfect ending to today.
A bit of trivia or little known fact about Turkey: this is where St-Nick was born. That’s right, Santa Claus was Turkish, who would’ve thunked! Not sure why he’d move to the North Pole though, it’s definitely better in ...
This week was the first of possibly many that will be some of the most hectic, busy, and challenging I have faced since my arrival here. My schedule is packed to the brim, and consequently my energy stores are strained. The new classes are still finding their feet, educationally and socially, and that settling process can be tough on the nerves, an entirely different horizon of issues beyond the amount of literal preparation going ...
... up a conversation, in English, about who we were, where we came from, etc...
His English wasn't half bad, and when Ryan told him he lived in Mexico City before coming to Turkey, he started speaking Spanish with no less skill. He works for Renault as a factory man, but he studies languages in his free time. We talked and talked, eventually getting on the subject of music and our desire to learn local instruments (as is our wont when conversing with locals), and he lit up. ...