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... government. It's not strange, it's not oppressive, it's not a backwards or regressive way of dress or thought, it's just different, and that scares a lot of westerners who don't understand because it's not their culture. But hey, our girls walk around in shorts smaller than bikini bottoms and shirts that do nothing in terms of coverage, so technically everything is conservative to us and we don't have a right to judge their ...
... This was in reference to the anti-seismic Roman design and my interest floated me in his direction. As he talked a million miles an hour at me, there was no time for my usual inquisitiveness, he danced from one subject to another, from singing stones, moving columns, to a stone slab that had been a butchers table and you could still see the lacerations from the knives in this stone to this day (that was impressive, see photo). I knew I would have a fee to pay for these ...
... International airport is South of Amman just off the Desert Highway. From the Dead Sea resort, we remained on 'highway’ standard roadways for the entire journey. It was the middle of the rush hour. The traffic was no better or worse than any major city at that time of the morning. However, the pedestrians are of a mind-set that they rule the roadways . The speed limit on the highway can be anything up to 110km/h (75mph) yet this doesn’t stop motorists pulling up on ...
... Sightseeing didn't have a HOHO bus
in Istanbul, because there really wasn't enough of interest. Harsh?
I guess there's lots of historical stuff, and there are lots of mosques
that people look at, but I sort of think they're a bit like the temples in
Cambodia - you don't need to see a dozen. We did the Blue Mosque in Amman
with Mohammed, and he explained all about it, so we felt we had "done that".
I'm pleased we've been to
Turkey, but ...
... want to read all of his other books, you also probably will waste hours online trying to separate fact from fiction, and you might try to enroll in an art history class at your university. Guilty, but no regrets.
In the evening we went to Galle, which is an old Dutch town. The main attraction is the old fort, but I loved the whole town. It was artsy, colorful, and historic. I wish we had more time there. We had dinner and walked around a bit. Then we went to ...