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... soon after we left Goreme, with some bigger towns along the way. The apartment blocks are painted in interesting colour combinations of pinks, yellows, and greens. There is lots of new development going on, unlike Greece.
Konya is a large city with some beautiful mosques. Unfortunately, we are only stopping the night.
We had a nice dinner of kebabs and Kofte meatballs at a restaurant down the road. The waiter, probably the owner ...
... manager decides a visit to the local hospital is needed. She arranges for one of the staff to take us and we leave promptly for the hospital in Nevishar. The hospital is amazingly well organised and Hilli is treated within ten minutes of arriving, examined by a doctor and put on a saline drip. Hilli is thankful that she has her kikoy with her to lay her head on as the bed isn't that clean! An old man is in the bed next to her and she ...
... merchants) could rest and recover from their journeys. They were basically set up as a square building with a large courtyard. There was space for the merchants, their slaves, livestock and animals to rest in safety for the night. It is wonderful to imagine how noisy and crowded this place would be during a typical day!
We then traveled to Kenya, where we stopped at the burial place of Rumi. ...
... known enough for the Iconium church to endorse his character and integrity.
Also, Paul mentions the series of abuse and persecution that he and Barnabas endured at Antioch of Pisidia and Iconium, and eventually in Lystra. In his second letter to Timothy, Paul writes, “You know how much persecution and suffering I have endured. You know all about how I was persecuted in Antioch, Iconium, and Lystra – but the Lord rescued me from all of it” ...
... with it to my left, or its eastern side. The road took me initially round the bottom of it where I was at the same elevation as the lake but once on the eastern side I was high above it and had a spectacular view across to the other side. I like travelling like this. When I'm just visiting natural sites there is not a lot of study to do about the history of human settlements there. I don't have to do any reading. I ...