Hilton Garden Inn Konya
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... that God will do what is right” (He Still Moves Stones). How often have we confused the two and fallen prey to the temptation to act like our faith is supposed to be the means for achieving what we want in life. In that false perception, we have ruled out God's perfect wisdom for our lives and turned him into a self-serving convenience rather than our all-knowing commander. If we trust him in faith, let faith embrace what he gives and not be stuck only on what we ...
... of spiritual authority. The sarcophagi are all housed in a gorgeous domed room filled with calligraphy, Mamluk crystal lamps and other ornate decorations. The museum understandably does not allow photography inside the mausoleum, but the beauty and mysticism of the room is seared in my memory.
Outside the mausoleum, the dervishes' former cells (small rooms where they lived) now display ethnographical exhibits about dervish life, culture, history and ...
... by an inflow of hot calcium-laden mineral water.
We finally dragged ourselves out and headed across to the calcium terraces. Pammukale means cloud castle and the white does look like cotton clouds. These days there is a lot less water than there used to be running down but where it does run and fill up the pools looks awesome. The path down to the lower Southern gate in town is actually walking on the terraces and you have ...
... that there would be no snooze buttons on this trip, or I would have no alternative but to kill her.
So it was all aboard the bus and we were heading for the hills.
Osman's diarrhoea diatribe was mercifully short this morning, but reminded us of the dire lack of facilities [or even trees] on today's route.
Noted, Osman, thanks.
The Mediterranean coastal area, or 'German Riviera' is really not attractive. It is a sprawl of massive hotels, each with ...
... it was yet another historical sight which I'm feeling a little overloaded on! I know I should be grateful of the opportunity and in 3 months from now when I'm complaining of needing a culture fix I will regret my whining! Anyway after a bit of research I found out that this is home to much Islamic art. Sold I'm there! Em is sold by the fact there is a rose garden. Unfortunately not allowed to take photographs of the amazing tile work but I did but some postcard so ill post ...