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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Also, my confidence in my social skills is going up. I am able to talk to pretty much anyone, if I choose to. Basically, I have realized that I can be really personable if I want to. But most importantly, I am learning to talk to people without getting involved with them - basically maintaining a sense of detachment. Also, something was something I realized today, when I had tea in the town center. Basically, this old guy was going back and ...
... 4 figures and Dolce Gabana or Armani in the same sentence, you know the prices are going to be on par with a London or Paris fashion week. He was also unclear by stating a 1000 what? Dollars, Euros, Korean Won? I was going to offer him in Turkish Lira to see what his reaction would be but Roisin dragged me away!
We made it in time for the afternoon quiz to the tune of several groans as we walked through the Savanah lounge doors. This quiz was ...
When you say you're traveling the world with your backpack knowing unusual places, people and cultures of diverse, everyone thinks "wow, what a fantastic, that's good life." Yes, it's true. It is fantastic. But not everything is always good. Sometimes things happen not exactly as you expect and sometimes it's great because the unexpected is almost always awesome. I said "almost always". And nobody likes to tell about something that didn't work well or its not good.
But, I will ...
... s holy places. I found this at the Blue Mosque, and I felt it here again today. Walking down the cobblestone path, we passed an in-ground pool meant for baptisms. Continuing down the path, we came to the House of the Virgin Mary. No pictures were allowed inside, so I can't show you, but I promise, it was a breathtaking experience. We walked inside, passing a guard right in the entrance. The inside of the house was lit dimly by both candles and some ...
... for the next bus to arrive, but we were distracted by the farmer's market across the street first. We ended up walking around for at least an hour. As usual, we bought cherries. This time they were only 2.5 TL ($0.58/lb) so we bought 2 kg (4.4 lb) and another kilogram of organic strawberries (out-of-this-world good). On the way home, we played backgammon on my ipod -- we're trying to come up with ways to kill time on the buses when we are not ...