Dedeman Konya Hotel & Convention Center
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The time spent in Uchisar is not perhaps our easiest... Hilli comes down with a really nasty tummy bug and we therefore stay rather quieter than had been planned. And then we find out that our visa card has been hacked into... apparently we've been in the States gambling this week! The card is now disabled and so we'll be making more frequent visits to the ATMs. Guy thinks Hilli is being amazingly brave about it all... here are her impressions ...
... even when circumstances proceeded to worsen. The Lord's deliverance was not to remove the experiences (because that obviously did not happened at Lystra) but to help them make it through the suffering.
God's deliverance does not always consist of taking away problems and making our lives easy. The Lord never promised that the good news would put us on an easy and safe road to travel. He just promised those who would choose to take would undoubtedly make it to the end.
... now the Mevlana Rumi Museum. Mevlana was a highly respected philosopher/poet/theologian from the 13th century. After his death in 1273 his burial site in Konya became a shrine. His son and followers created the Mevlevi Order based on his teachings. The Mevlevi order is better known as the Whirling Dervishes, who sought a closer relationship to God through their dancing. The Mevlana museum is an important religious site to many Muslims.
The next section of our travels is ...
... his team since 1993!). In fact, I wrote a paper about repeated houses (where Neolithic people rebuilt their houses on the same footprint over generations and generations), using House 5 as a case study. Imagine my excitement when I actually saw the excavated remains of that very house in our site tour!!! I couldn’t stop taking pictures!!! I won’t go into a lot of boring details, but the visit to Catalhoyuk made a ...
... bench. In one of the little villages, people still live in the caves on the hillside. We finished the day with a lovely meal in Goreme, I had a chicken and vegie casserole that was cooked in a clay pot with a lid. In serving it you tap the side of the pot to release the lid and then eat it out of the clay pot. It was very nice. We also went to a Human, or Turtkush bath house to experience a Turkish ...