Dedeman Konya Hotel & Convention Center
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- Swimming pool
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Last night after a massive day, we dined a la buffet then back on the bus for a local night club to witness Turkish folk dancing . Our tables had bottles of red and white wine, and a huge bottle of raki. Anything else we wanted, we got it. The show was fabulous and show cased the costumes and culture of all aspects of Turkey. A late night and another early wake up as 2nd attempt at the elusive balloon flight was to take place at 6 am. So at 5 I ...
... Lystra, one might think that the identification of Barnabas and Paul as Zeus and Hermes would make more sense the other way around, that Paul would be Zeus and Barnabas would be Hermes. But in ancient mythology (Greek and Roman), the lesser god was the messenger and therefore did the speaking for the greater god. Hermes was a god of lesser status than Zeus and actually plays the role of being Zeus' messenger who carries and delivers his decrees to humans and other gods. ...
I can't believe that I’ve already been working on site for 6 days. There’s an election in Turkey on the 9th / 10th of August, so we’re working until then and having a 2-day weekend. It’s so strange to be back here – the camp and excavation are exactly as I last saw them, but a lot of the people are new. So I’m enjoying catching up with those of us who were here ...
... Turkish ice cream that is very thick and chewy and has to be churned regularly with paddles throughout the day, from a street cart vendor and made our way back to our beloved tulip park on Alaaddin Tepesi. Eventually, we went back to our hotel to retrieve our stored bags and headed to the bus station for our relatively short afternoon bus (a mere four hours!) to our next destination.
Cat Tally: Still 464 (Konya was our first Turkish destination without any ...
... them. I have chosen my coffin design based on one of these tombs. Turquoise and royal blue tile work completely covering the tomb! What a way to go out in such a beautiful creation! Tiles dating back 800 years, Arabic script in gold leaf, just exquisite. Could have spent all day here just admiring the works around me. I'm making a promise to myself to get back to some calligraphy work after being re inspired by this amazing script. I also have so much inspiration for my ...