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... 1/4's and a chilli or 2, pure fattening heaven haha), we then ate our Iskender and then regrouped outside after lunch. After regrouping we were told that we were going to a local mosque in Bursa, we then walked literally a minute then ended up at the mosque. We then went in and had a look around, nothing really interesting for me as I don't particularly like religious place, but it was good to have a look around in and compare it to other mosques, it was really ...
... It is identified with textile, silk, curative thermal springs, towels, Iskender Kebab, candied chestnuts and the neighboring Uludag is a winter tourist destination. The city has been a major center for refugees from various ethnic backgrounds from the Ottoman territories in Europe between the late 19th and 20th centuries. More recently it has become home to Balkan Turks when the communist regime in Bulgaria expelled them ...
... representing the ego of the dancer, is face tilted looking at the heart. The right hand is pointed to the sky, receiving from God. the left hand either pointing to the sky, receiving from God, or down, giving information to the congregation. From my position on the balcony I couldn't see the feet of the dancers but the images of the whirling full skirts, the trance like looks on the men's faces and the mesmerising and intense atmosphere will stay with me for a very long time. Many of ...
... redecorating and politics and my sisters going to bed at 9 PM when we all found ourselves visiting each other under one roof again. I miss the creativity and unwavering kindness of my Evanston brethren, the nerdy ramblings of an honest man from Reno, the close-knit companionship of my co-workers. The ones that were willing to sit through my b.s. and tell me what I needed to hear, even when I didn't want to hear it. I miss the relatives ...
... told my students last night that I have great respect for them. I can imagine how difficult it is to go into a Turkish class, taught entirely in Turkish, and keeping up with everything. Oh and this is after I've maybe worked a 9 hour day. For people who have almost no free-time, they are in great spirits, and their motivation keeps them at it. They need a certain score on an international exam, they need to advance in their job, and language is the best way for them ...