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Sun 21st: Konya – where the famous mystic/sufi/thinker Rumi, lived. Has an air of a large Anatolian provincial town – apparently one of the most conservative cities in Turkey with more women covering their heads with headscarves. Had another GPS stress session with main roads near our hotel blocked off that ...
Yesterday, we had a relaxing morning packing our gear and sitting in the courtyard chatting to Lorraine, the co-owner of the hotel, and other guests. We then said our goodbyes and caught the bus to Konya - the birthplace of the Mevlani. It was a different experience from the bus we took between Ankara and Urgurp. Very casual service, no stops on the trip to stretch our legs or go to the toilet, the driver with a cigarette in one hand and a mobile phone ...
... be silly not to try them all.We learned that Turkey has the 3rd largest land area of grape growing in the world- for table grapes & juice. Being a Muslim country, wine is not a popular drink; 75,000,000 litres are made a year.
The period of the Hittites was from 1700-1200BC & their civilization collapsed with the arrival of the"Sea People"- Northern Barbarians. Other groups came ...
... there are students lying on mattresses around the camp, in every patch of shade that they can find. It’s way too hot to go inside. The tents are feeling like sweat lodges. We have one day off and then back to work at 6am tomorrow.
I’m so tired!!! Hmmm…. Jodie just suggested a walk to the store to get ice cream. I could be convinced!
Lots of love to everyone from hot, hot Hayiroglu.
Archaeological findings suggest that the area surrounding the city of Iconium (modern day Konya) was inhabited as early as 3rd millennium B.C. It is known that the Hittites controlled the area in ~1500 B.C. and then the Sea Peoples in ~1200 B.C. The Phrygians established a kingdom in central Anatolia in ~800 B.C. but then in ~690 B.C. Cimmerian invaders took the land but were soon displaced by the Lydians in 637-626 B.C., who occupied the area until ...