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... It was evident very quickly that the Turkish have no idea what an indicator is, or how to dim lights!
The coastline which we travelled along was absolutely beautiful. But the sight of a hot shower and warm bed was far better. The 38 hours of flights and airports had really taken its toll on ...
... on Islamic music just for you!!! First off there is absolutely no difference between Muslim and Islamic music. Both are considered to be sacred! Just like Christianity, Islam stems from Judaism. So all three religions have the same roots. The God that Islamic faith worships is Allah, and they believe that Jesus is a prophet just like Muhammad. Islam aims for ...
... the bus to a few houses, chickens, and a couple of tents. We walked in and on the left was an older Turkish native hand rolling pancakes for gozlemelers. In this authentic restaurant we sat on floor pillows around tables. The atmosphere was full of decorative rugs, antlers on the wooden pillars, and the wood oven in the corner where they cook the meal. I got a spinach and cheese gozlemeler which was one of the best meals I had. It was simple, cheap, and you couldn't beat ...
... stein ties to the European Union.
- Without a doubt, the hole in the ground toilets they have over here, are up there with the worst things I've ever experienced. Bloody useless invention!
I was awoken at an ungodly hour to the noise of two Turkish men yelling at one another. One being a passenger and the other was staff on the bus. After yelling at each other, fists started flying. Eventually they would get broken up but what a start to the day (only ...
On the way up to see the church, a man stopped us and said that he was and archeologist that worked at Ephesus and they only paid him 25 lira a day (about $14). He then showed us a coin that he had stolen and wanted to sell. Of course we said no and continued walking. Then we got to the top of the hill closer to the church entrance and another man wanted to show us his coin! I said we had already seen his friends coin... he just laughed and ...