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... doubt it, explore, absolutely. I was able to reconnect with a friend who keeps my head on straight and shares my passions, something that I can’t place a value on. And I found my way back to an area that I had previously called home. I think Indo will be challenging and fascinating and overwhelming and adventuresome. I think it was the right decision. Whatever happens, as always, there will be good stories to tell, I’m sure.
... accent say "Ay mate, what ya lookin fo?" Turning around I saw a young twenty-something Turkish guy with a bright gaze over a smiling countenance. I told him about my mission, and he immediately laughed at me- "You're looking for WHAT?" So off we went on a search. That was fun. Even he, who grew up in this town, who grew up hangin around this market, couldn't locate a small bottle of shampoo. Eventually we found one, but on the way I found out about him. Spent 8 years ...
... during breakfast that someone noticed that it was snowing. There
wasn't any accumulation at first but after we started the bus ride, the
landscape was beginning to be covered with snow. It was kind of pretty over
Cappadocia's strange rock formations and then the Taurus Mountains, but
it was cold.
We went to the rock castle and most everyone went up
to the top for the view. Catherine and I stayed ...
... down the hills. We saw the old castle and went into the Gaziantep museum which was suppose to house the most amazing mosaics but they were being restored. It only had a few fossils and artefacts. We were done and dusted in 15mins. Fast by even my standards! But we did feel sorry for a German guy who flew all the way from Germany just to see them. We couldn't help but laugh when the Turkish curators suggested he ...
... seemed pretty active and productive, so it is a bit hard to understand. Interestingly, we also came across towns with brand new houses of concrete with metal roofs in the middle of nowhere, and serving no obvious industry.
As late afternoon came on, we were watching for potential over night spots, perhaps a roadside lot in secure looking place, or a gas station or restaurant. Our serendipity bunny came through in this tiny town of ...
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