Kosk & Esra Otel
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... but Craig has a mild cold – they do seem to come and go. In the afternoon we went to the Whirling Derbisher town of Konoy but the mausoleum was a bit boring compared to everything else we have been seeing. One other stop was extremely interesting at the Karavansay - which is where the Camel Caravan traders used to stop for a rest. Apparently a ...
... in Konya. I figured I would find the right city bus to me in to take me in that direction and then walk from there if I had to. Needless to say, I ended up walking a little more than I expected because the bus I took dropped me off at the beginning of the street and I did not think it was necessary to get on another bus and pay twice when I was just going up the street (what I thought was a little ways...haha).
After finally arriving at the spot on ...
... else that they needed from local materials such as mud, reeds and animal bones. They may have been amongst the first farmers of grains in the world. But the evidence seems to suggest that they had not yet learned to domesticate animals of any sort. Imagine walking this wild new world without your trusted dog beside you!
I’m looking forward to another successful season of excavation with old and new friends alike!
... Even if you have broken Your vows of repentance a hundred times, come.
After Rumi died on 17 December 1273, the date now known as his 'wedding night' with Allah, his son organised his followers into the brotherhood called the Mevlevi, or whirling dervishes.
We left before the end as it was so late and we wanted to miss the rush of the crowds leaving - there were heaps of people there. Back to the room for a relaxing spa ...
... upon a large ferry and off we went on our cruise up the European side of the Bosphorus and then down the Asian side. Ergo we visited 2 different continents in one day. We sat up on the top deck of the ferry which fortunately wasn't crowded and had a good view of the passing sights on each shoreline. Various places were pointed out along the way, most notable being an enormous stone fort that was near the Bosphorus ...