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Today Jill and I went to our first assignment. We had 28 3 year olds, 18 4 year olds, all of whom were very sweet, and 33 very rambunctious 5 year olds. We had each group for approximately 30 minutes for a total time at the school of 2 hours. Boy oh boy did that time ever fly by! But, we did have a great time and are much better prepared for tomorrow. After a wonderful lunch, we spent the afternoon exploring Rabat. Abdullah came with us and was our guide. We started off ...
... Because the top and bottom pintle hooks point at each other (for reasons I cannot explain) we had to remove the top hinge in order to slide the bottom one onto its pin, only then could we slide the top hinge into place before bolting it to the gate. Mistakes and false starts aside; they were soon looking like gates. Big, solid, Armageddon resistant ones.
Dozens of trips were made down the driveway in order to measure or position, but the weather was good; the ...
... a public broadcast system. With the help of earplugs, pillows & heat exhaustion we are starting to get some sleep though!
Istanbul is amazing! We have been down to the Sultanahmet area where most of the major sights are. The Egyptian spice bazaar is exactly what I envisioned a spice bazaar to look like - rows of stalls with heaping spices of every colour - vendors calling constantly to come sample & buy their products - stalls upon stalls ...
... model that tucks very neatly into my satchel. I expect it will come in handy, especially when it comes to storing pics and videos (has a 160gig harddrive, bonus). Have loaded Skype onto the machine, too, so that I can video-chat with the kids every now and then.
So, yeah, don't think I can do too much more to get ready now. Time to go...
Turkey, here we come!
... or Dolmabahce Palace, Camilca Hill. Flight to Cappadocia in the evening.
Day 4 - To Pigeon Valley, then to the Open Air Museum in Goreme, through Avcilar Valley to visit early Christian churches, then Kaymakli Underground City, then Pasabagi in Zelve region and shopping in Avanos.
Day 5 - Depart for Pamukkale. On the way, visit the Sultanham Caravanserai, then arrive in Konya. Visit the Mausoleum of Mevlana, proceed ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed