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... to Konya with my friends for the weekend. We've had a lazy time, eating, enjoying happy hour at the hotel, shopping and hanging out. Today we went to the Hamam (my first time at the Konya one). The Hamam we went to is over 250 years old! Very lovely experience that I will definitely come back for!!! For 36TL (about $15) you got a steam, scrub and massage, in a gorgeous old Hamam building. Loved it!!! I'm so clean that I'm glowing!!! Here are some photos from the ...
... retracing my steps last the different pictures of Brad Pitt. The hotel clerk said that I could see the dervishes at 10:00, so I got gussied up and went to the performance, which started at 9:30! That's okay- I was able to watch Wheel of Fortune on the Turkish TV. The next day everything was closed to celebrate the end of Ramadan! I enjoyed the empty hot streets for a couple of hours and then was done with the town. ...
... Konya Melvana Museum. I wasn't particularly a fan of this museum, there was a mosque and a couple of tombs as well as little rooms filled with clothes etc. nothing that exciting. Also this town is quite conservative, we were warned to dress more conservative to stop people staring, but even though I was wearing a long skirt the Turkish ladies still looked you up and down and were quite rude and pushy. We would of stood out not wearing headscarfs etc, but it looked like in ...
... wouldn't recognize! Lovely dinner (decent Turkish food at last) at restaurant nearby with a view of two mosques. Attended a Whirling Devish session.
Sun 21st: Had what I found to be a distressing conversation with Sami at reception just as we were leaving – a 'born-again’ Muslim who really believes that he must follow the ...
... whirling dervish'. Rumi's tomb is also there and worshippers held out their hands and said prayers under their breath as they passed the tomb. One man began to talk to me in Turkish. I must have looked Turkish with my scarf wrapped around my hair. Mark said he was finding it difficult to differentiate me from other women. That may not have been a compliment :/ The area was beautifully tiled - in a greater variety of colours than we have seen ...
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