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- Swimming pool
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... for approx 70 - 300 women to live in waiting to be called by the Sultan for his pleasure and at his leisure . I could imagine the silks and velvets that may have been used for the lounges and bedding. Such a cloistered life. There are a lot of ladies in their habits wondering through as well. They somehow suited this environment. The grounds again magnificent with the most stunning outlook to the sea. ...
... all of its oil and coal. Even in Istanbul the air is clean. All members of the tour group have commented on the cleanliness of Turkey, with no rubbish beside the roads and very little graffiti. Laundromats are rare as apartments commonly have washing machines, but no dryers. Clothes lines are strung across the balconies of apartments. The outside of apartments look unkempt, but I suspect the interiors are much better.
... shifty looking local sidles up to me and says "How big your shoe?". UK13/EUR47 I say. Wow says he. They're big says he. Indeed they are say I and will be painful if you try to rob me.
Final lunch in the hotel courtyard and retrieve bag from storage. Am told it'll be out front so exit and wait for my taxi. The doorman says "Bursa?" Yes. "Ferry?" Yes. "Your taxi's there, Sir". But where's my bag. "Your bag is in the ...
The more I do this, the more finely I integrate with the teaching atmosphere. My first months here were marked by large strides, like hewing stones from a mountain that come to form the foundations of a pyramid, just as brash and vulgar a process as it is necessary. Reflecting on the past few months, I've noticed far more delicate changes that have come as a surprise to me, as if dictated by my subconscious. These are the finer touches, the brush strokes and ...
... Friday Ryan and I climbed to the top of the city, past the neighborhoods built into the mountainside and onto the shrub-spotted incline that rises ever-upward. An absolutely exhausting hike, to be sure, but very worth it, as we were greeted with a beautiful, if dichotic, view. Bursa reaching out below for miles, ascending the mountain and eventually contained by it, buildings like ants trying to escape the rim of a ceramic green bowl. A cleave in ...