Ottoman Palace Antakya
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... pagans] call them Christians. The author or origin of this denomination, Christus, had, in the reign of Tiberius been executed by the procurator, Pontius Pilate” (Annal. 15.44).
After preaching in Antioch and have great results with the movement of the gospel, Barnabas and Paul decided to leave Antioch to bring a disaster relief gift to the disciples in Jerusalem because one of the disciples from Jerusalem named Agabus prophesied by the Spirit ...
... to Aurelius and to all the wealthy men I knew to be my pals. I took only one posession, and it wasn't even mine, it was Malik's. It was an iron knife I had found in his kitchen, a reminder of the brother I loved and hoped to find again. Not like I would need water or anything. That's stupid.
So I said goodbye to the swingin' town I knew and, knife in pocket, I rode my trusted horse, Jimmyboy, out onto what would come to be known as the Silk Road.
... Still - it was good to have a day off from bus travel and although I'm trying to eat less on this trip, kebabs have brought me closer to the Turkish language. It hasn't all been about kebabs though. I've nibbled my way through Turkey's pides and of course, my favourite - kofte, which is a type of meatball and it can be found as far away as Bangladesh. Quite a well travelled little meatball! Actually, that's how I feel lately. My last stop in Turkey is in the cute town ...
... our way between construction vehicles, loose gravel and heaps of sand.
In Antakya we had great difficulty finding a place to stay. We struggled to find the tourist information centre, due to the fact that it was already closed for the day (from the outside it looked permanently closed). Finally, we found some people that understood English, and we were directed to ...
... the ticket. (If I were to repeat this trip again, I would just bite the bullet and get the bus ticket to Syria, and skip all the misery of the extra 2 bus trips and a cab fare: which includeda bus ride from Antakya to Reyhenali, a cab from Reyhenali to the Turkish border, and a bus ride across the bridge from Turkish immigation to Syrian Immigration). So, I decided to piecemeal it; stop here in Antakya, then take a transport to the border crossing of ...