Kervan Saray Uludag
Travel Blogs from Uludag
... one dish I have tried so far that was not delicious. It was fishy-fish - the "dark meat" that comes from some kind of large, oily fish. Lunch was further complicated by the tiny stools and tables and the young popsicle hawkers who harrassed us the whole time.
After not eating much lunch, Tia, Rayna, Kerry and I found a delightful coffee shop and were served almond Turkish coffee and pastries by a nice young man who ...
... to see the sweat pour down and whip off their chins, but nothing touched these guys, they had far too much concentration. Something I found remarkable was that, after perhaps 30 minutes of spinning ceaselessly, at the drop of a coin they stopped, their arms curled around their hips, and their long robes folded like a stage curtain and dropped almost simultaneously. It was impressive.
Two of the dancers we watched ...
... growth. In the 1970s the population was 1.7 million – now it is 13 million.
The bus met us at the north end of the Bosporus and we drove/ferried to present day Iznik, which in time of Constantinople (300 CE) was known as Nicaea and was famous as the site of the First Council of Nicaea in the early history of the Christian church at which council the concept ...
... those anxieties? But I love this, straight and simple.
In the past decade I'm quite certain that I've been a million different permutations of myself, a process I continue to go through today. We all do. It is a strange wonder to think where we will be even a day from now.
A warm and heartfelt holiday blessing from here in Turkey to whoever is reading this thing. I hope you find yourselves among friends and family, and have a fond farewell to 2010.
... out of 15 TL for a plate of food. And so the flow of life goes.
I've had a consistent cold for about 2 months now, and when I woke up Sunday I felt like I was about to pass out, and it was a miracle I made it through my morning lesson. I was hoping the damn thing would go away, but it seems it may have been doing the opposite. My boss mercifully cancelled my afternoon lesson and I went home and slept the day away. Later that night I went to a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking