Kervan Saray Uludag
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... I got that right!)On our journey there are man made mounds over the countryside where the royals have been buried. Onward to Bursa which is the fourth largest city in Turkey with a population of three million as opposed to Istanbul with a population of fifteen million. Makes little old NZ look pretty puny as far as people per capita. We visited the great Mosque.JK disappointed me ...
... Aya Sophia and Topkapi Palace. Walking into Aya Sophia, I'm struck by the magnitude of the construction. Notwithstanding the huge scaffold tower that takes over a third of the building, it's colossal. An amazing structure.
The Topkapi Palace is behind and I quickly visit as I have lunch to eat and a ferry to catch. The treasury reminds me of the Grune Gewolbe in Dresden with its stunning jewellery. As I enter the ...
... favorite) and they took to the concept beautifully, learned quickly, and everyone in the room felt accomplished in plain sight of their accomplishments in the span of minutes, hours. The conversation eventually drifted to etymology and cultural exchange of words and ideas, which in itself evolved into a larger discussion of cultural and linguistic change over time, and how people respond to that, on a national and individual level. I could not be ...
... the teleferik (cable car) was again beautiful, but instead of looking down at the exactly green pines as the car swept just over them, the scene was all crystal and white, the tree limbs coated with a refreshing frost and snow. Reaching the top of the teleferik is only half the journey, the rest undertaken by a shuttle on the quite-icy roads, a fact seemingly unnoticed by our driver, who sped eagerly up the steep hills, actually passing other cars in ...
"The older I get, the less I trust my own opinions," my fellow teacher and roommate Ryan told me. I think there is a degree of truth in those words. There are benefits in removing yourself from your own manic mind and gaining a different perspective. Perspective, now there is a word to ponder.
I definitely hit an all time low here about a week or so ago. Things were piling on top of each other so much that I just about cracked. ...