Gonluferah Thermal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I wanted to hang around and watch however this clearly wasn't an option so it was off to the Green Otterman Mosque. Again this Mosque did not disappoint and we were extremely fortunate as the Imam came in as we were leaving and gave a demonstration of Ezam (call the Prayer) which I found memorising and beautiful. As we left a lovely Turkish woman who had been inside praying offered some of us a lolly :) I have a new shopping concept that I am not sure ...
... London previously. Kerry describes the spice market as a merging of the old and new worlds with its open bins of dates, nuts, candy, and regional spices alongside lawnmower parts and modern kitchen implements. There was also a little of the flea market vibe with plastic goods and off-brand electronics. My favorite part was the lamp stores, and I got caught up in gazing at the different colors but resisted a backward ...
... the room as they themselves spin. This is fitting, as they are said to represent planetary bodies in the sky. As they spin, one hand is held up to the sky, and one held below to the ground. This is symbolic of reaching up to God as the other hand reaches down to the poor, establishing a connection of giving.
It was a great night, and apparently they do this nightly, so I'll be going back soon I hope. For now here are some pictures. ...
... in order to see the country truly "prosper." I should be clear, it is not a place of hostility and peace barely maintained, but sometimes there is tension that is quite easy to see.
The recent events in Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, and others are compelling indeed, and their impact on politics in the region have drawn commentary from countless governing bodies, including - in no insignificant manner - rhetoric from Turkey's as ...
... to the degree that I can communicate with them just well enough to move them along, and it's fantastic practice as well. The new class puts me into overtime a bit, so I'm going to be very busy and very tired for a while, but it might calm down in another month or so. Good tidings though.
Snow is here. It's beautiful. The mountain is capped in crystal and, as I walked over a bridge today, I caught a glimpse of ...