Dedeman Konya Hotel & Convention Center
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Raining and cold as we left Goreme today. They are expecting the first snow of the season tomorrow. We've been so lucky with the sunny days of about 15, but today was 7 degrees.
Caught the bus for a four hour trip through the rain to Konya. A good trip with a full bus load of people. Think we were the only westerners again. We were on top of a plateau about 1000 metres above sea level for most of the trip. The scenery was fields and ...
... and Barnabas were run out of the city by a frenzied mob in Antioch of Pisidia, evaded a planned attack to stone them when the plot was exposed to the disciples at Iconium, and then in Lystra, Paul was stoned to the point of death (or stoned completely to death) but recovered and was able to regroup with the believers that night. In each circumstance, which got progressively worse, the Lord strengthened Paul and Barnabas to endure the pain and suffering and continued to ...
... pass through each year to visit the original whirling dervish lodge and tombs of Rumi, the great Islamic poet and religious writer, and his son Sultan Veled, who organized Rumi's followers into the hugely influential religious order of Mevlevi, or whirling dervishes.
We got in late following our long bus ride, and checked into our hotel. Of the three hotels within our budget that got good reviews, we chose the only one that didn't require a copy of our ...
... many many mosques. We visited a felt shop and watched felt rugs being made. The woman who runs the store in Argentinian, she has been operating the store for the last 20 years. Still much of work is done by hand however some of the larger pieces require machine kicking to help shrink the felt. A mammoth job by hand. The woman demonstrating was quite slight in build although wry masculine, strong hands and super toned arms! Has to be a benefit from all that tough work! ...
... ping pong by our site director (my dissertation supervisor), Doug. Fun times had by all! At one point, I decided to sneak up to the top of the mound. The stars were so incredible and I could see villages down on the plain spreading out in all directions. So beautiful!
Thanks to everyone for once again for following me on my adventures. I hope you’re all enjoying the summer (or winter, for those of you down under).