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... wrists, and whenever one escaped to be carried high into the sky, the youths with green laser lights would try to keep them flashing in their light until they rose out of range. There was freshly cooked corn on the cob to eat, or fairy floss, as well as the usual pumpkin seeds, whose outer husks are strewn on the ground around where the crowds stand. Touts walk through tempting young children to demand of their parents the brightly ...
Last night was exciting. Around 3 a.m. I thought someone was being murdered in the room next door, well that's what it sounded like. The screaming went on for around an hour and needless to say this did not help our sleep. At breakfast we established that three Turkish girls were drunk and fighting. We (Annie did - she's so brave....) complained bitterly and when she heard they were booked in for ...
... loads of cave dwellings and 'fairy chimneys', which the area is famous for - watch this space.
One disappointment is Annie is not well. She seems to have picked up a bug, not eating and feeling grotty. Felt a little guilty eating very nice lamb and a drinking wonderful Cappadocian red wine while she sat opposite sipping water... she's tucked up in bed while I type this and sounds a bit cheerier.
“He Who Knows Himself is Deified” - The Temple of Harran
When you travel every moment's belly balloons pregnancyevery mouth about to burst with the divine messageAround every corner, a synchronicity pulses The Secret Spell which yearns to be decoded by the puzzle maker higher ...
... her hand on the wheel, and was so genuinely low key about it all that we couldn’t bear to leave without giving him some business. So we have a few more items for the next box home.
That evening we caught the shuttle bus back to the airport, caught a flight back to Istanbul, and spent the night at an airport at the hotel, imaginatively named 'Airport Hotel’. The following morning, we returned to the terminal and caught our flight to Sarajevo, in ...