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... went into the construction of these amazing structures.
The rain is intermittent.
We also visit the Hippodrome and the underground cistern system. The cistern is definitely larger than the one that resides under my home in Victoria Beach. Mine has no columns with the head of Medusa at the base. The one in Istanbul is no longer used but provides a great tourist destination. The one ...
... they gave us lots of advice for our upcoming adventures! Today we moved to the Mavi guesthouse, which is more central to many tourist attractions. Things here are a lot more tourist-oriented, and relatively more expensive. Luckily, we found a great deal on dinner, which included free hummus! Yeah! Tonight we are sleeping on a big covered balcony that has more than twenty bunks. It seems a little hectic, but is quite peaceful aside from the five-times-daily call ...
... of them, all in different colors and combinations, and they looked beautiful. I randomly go into one shop, and the people were so nice and offer me to taste. It was actually not bad so I bought some as souvenirs.
After that, I went down to a shopping street, but most of the shops are still not yet opened. So I walked pass it and get to my next spot: Galata Tower. As I get closer to the tower, I started to see souvenir shops. I quite going into these shops, cos I ...
... to Gallipoli. We leave the hotel at 6.30, and won't get back until around 11pm. Lunch is supplied, but I was thinking we might need something late afternoon, and I certainly don't want to be having dinner at 11.00 then going to bed.
We ended up going to a little local eatery about 100 metres from the hotel. It was filled with locals, and we had a delicious mixed kebab platter to share. An early night followed, ready for our early wake up.
... was not written in answer to problems, but to encourage communities, perhaps the region of Ephesus, to live the Gospel. It reflects deeply; upon God’s plan of salvation revealed in Jesus Christ, the call to all Christians to be united with each other ‘in Christ’, the life of those called to Christian marriage and the call to unity within the Christian community, for the community is the Body of ...