Kervan Saray Uludag
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... upstairs were crying, quite visually moved and at times it seemed like the entire mosque was spinning along with the Dervishes. The singing and music was quite heady and the performance ended in such a climax and was very peaceful. Each of the dancers stopped at the exactly the same time. Arms folded across their body, facing the Iman and then kneeling before him. The power and the peace will never be forgotten. Words are inadequate to fully describe this evening. It was ...
... the fresh air is cleansing. I walk by the fish market near my apartment and smell the sea, and makes me anxious for day trips to Mudanya and the sea of Marmara.
I took my Saturday morning class to a high-rise cafe that overlooks the city last week, and the mountains were clear, as the sun wasn't impeded by the usual winter pollution and dust. It's a rejuvenating feeling, and reminds me of the heat of Istanbul, and the smell on the ...
... börek, which is a flaky and potato-based dish, fresh cheeses, boiled eggs, fruit and vegetables. Fresh and incredible. Continuing my Friday theme of eating like an Ottoman king, that same night I was invited to yet another student's home for dinner, where they served mantı (pronounced man-tuh), a sort of pasta dripped in garlic yogurt sauce and spices.
I apologize again for the lack of posting. Yet more internet issues at the apartment add ...
Again, I am living out of a hotel. The apartment we were in had quite a number of problems including rats, leaks, and mold, and those issues just got worse and worse with the rain we've been having. It got to the point were I couldn't even walk in the place without breathing in something toxic. The landlord has been a pain as well, and the lack of competence that we've seen has been infuriating. Hotel life for now while they repair things, and if they can't, we'll try ...
... to try my hand at playing a Turkish bunch of fellows. Let it be henceforth known: Turkish people love soccer, and they are good at it. Me, not so much. Mevrut is a heavy-set guy, and yet he was doing bicycle kicks and diving goalie saves the entire night!! He took a beating on the ground and just kept going. I was really of no use to the team unfortunately haha. My defending was awful and I can't pass for the life of me. I was thrown around by a bunch of 40 year old dudes ...
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