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Travel Blogs from Bursa
... li>Mustafa Kemal Atatürk raised literacy from 6 to 95%. feed the people was his first priority. Now Turkey is down to 26% arable land, 25% of population are farmers. All land privately owned, tax free, subsidised to feed the other 75%. ...
... Brits, the French, the Greeks, the Italians and the Armenians. Mustafa didn’t think this was right at all (and he’s absolutely correct in thinking this way) so he amassed a small army, gathered everyone in Ankara and proceeded to take back his country region by region, kicking out the foreigners one by one. He was cunning though, because after all this was done, he never gave the power back to the sultan. He said that a country should belong ...
... to its tiles inside the building being……that’s it again….being green in color! Voila!
As we left the premises, from the top of the hill, the entire city could be seen....everything looked so peaceful and quiet while in the horizon, the light fog slowly lifted giving it a mystical appearance in the process!
... br> It got cold here, suddenly. The temps at night are dipping into the low 50's. Days still get decently warm though. It's made for some great sleeping weather though. It's so dry here, too. There is just no humidity, which a part of me enjoys a great deal, but man, skin gets dry pretty quickly here.
Yesterday the Turkish administration chewed me out for ending class a little early. There are cameras in each of the classrooms and, though ...
... about $20 each) We were thrilled to have the opportunity
to witness such a moving and amazing display. Now, the Dirvishes are
part of a group to maintain the culture, not the spiritual group they
had once been. There were only 20 of us in the basement of a
restaurant, so the live musicians and four performers provided an
We were amazed by their Whirling Dirvishes and their abilities. As Gail
watched, she ...