Kosk & Esra Otel
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... sprinkled in to add color! Proceeding down Independence Avenue amongst the masses of folks even with all the commercial glitter and stimulus was cause for some interesting emotions; there was not lot of Caucasian faces in that crowd.
After walking down the street for 30 minutes, we decided it was time to try some Turkish food and headed into a three story restaurant with a smart food display in the front window that decidedly catered to the locals. We ...
... but it absolutely poured down as we neared Konya with huge hailstones.
Once we got to the hotel only 5 of us were interested in then going to see the Melevin Mosque and Museum so we caught a taxi there. This is where the father of the Whirling Dervishes is entombed and the museum has the history of this sect. Because we spent so long at the shop this morning and the storm slowed us down on the highway we were late into town so had to really rush through the Museum ...
... later than planned because we have to deal with the credit card scam. The road is easy and straight and it is not too far for Guy to drive, and with plenty of garages for Hilli to have stops at. The countryside is flat and we are both impressed by the huge amount of road building being done. We have also noticed the hundreds and hundreds of blocks of flats being built everywhere. It certainly seems to be a booming economy. We're ...
... is fairly conservative, as are many farming regions around the world. Change doesn’t come quickly or easily, although you do see a fair number of shiny new trucks, so farming is obviously lucrative enough to pay for toys for the men!
The site where I work is quite incredible. It’s a very small tell (or mound) made up of the remains of mud houses built on top of each other over centuries and millennia. These hills are quite ...
... for a Saturday night which is the night that the Whirling Dervishes do a show at the Mevlana Culture Centre. It was a very easy walk for our hotel. It didn't start till 9pm though which was late. We thought we'd have dinner on the way but of course despite the numerous eating places all over the place as soon as we wanted one there were none.
The show was different. It would be good to understand a bit more - the explanation was ...