Kervan Saray Uludag
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... a group of nine or so people playing football and lighting a fire. There is also a restaurant here, but it looks closed up.
We return to Dream Catcher and drive to the water tap, whilst the tanks are filling we have our morning coffee.
Next we continue driving up the mountain, we see a sign to where the cable car from the city terminates. We park up and a small group of people come to
talk to us, they are from Tunisia. They are quite amazed that we have driven
After gettig to bed at approx. 2am I woke to a nice morning with less rain and more sun - wooo hoo! My day ahead includes visiting Can's business, Magic Digital Agency. Can owns and manages the Agency, which includes graphic design, print, promotional products and PR. He has approx. 30 employees and is about to launch a new online gift store - magichediye.com (magicgifts.com). His employee GK (Göktug) showed us around the business. They have a ...
... description I've seen a hundred contradictory accounts that are equally as true and common? It's an issue of choice, and a consciousness of this is something every writer must possess. I digress.
Today I write about Ramadan (or Ramazan as it is known in Turkish). The holy month started August first here in Turkey and it has had unique affects on the community here. If a person chooses to partake in Ramazan, and "any good Muslim would," ...
"There are four ways, many travels, and they are far apart. You will go to the crowded city; it will be good for you, you will be happy there. You have two strong, opposite ideas in your head, and their solution is easier than you think."
So read a student of mine, relating my fortune from a cup of Turkish coffee in the ever-so-cryptic tradition that never ceases to remind me of exactly where I'm living these days. How does one take ...
... making a border run to either Bulgaria or Greece, thank you very little, visa bureaucracy. My 3 months since arriving here are almost up, so I have to quick leave and come back, as is standard in many countries from what I hear. The laws for this are changing in the new year people tell me, to exactly what I am not sure, but it will remain a headache. For now I'm going to do some research on the law, and if Ryan and myself must take a jaunt over to Greece, we will try to make the ...