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I absolutely love birthdays. Not just my own either by the way. Anyones and everyones (Well..not just anyones but you get what I mean). Birthdays are just such an exciting time. There is so much love (fb inclusive), happiness and laughter in the air. Until recently though, never had I had a birthday abroad. I was unsure how I would find this at first and sad to think that I wouldn't be out until 3am dancing on tables with my best mates/family (when have ...
... sidewalk, cross the street and then walk along the opposite sidewalk. Stroller unfriendly to say the least. But its only about a five minute walk and we were finally here!
This eclectic museum has a huge assortment of vintage cars, steam engines, motorbikes, boats and aircraft. Heck, even a submarine! It also has an awesome collection of all things mechanical. It is an extremely interactive museum and Zach absolutely loved it. So ...
... painting the ceramics and browse the showroom, where I purchased some traditional Turkish tea cups :)
For our final night we all attended a Turkish folklore evening. With a bottomless glass of alcohol, Dervish dancers and Belly dancers, I think we had a really good end to our tour.
Dan and I were both very sad to say goodbye to our new friends, and our tour guide Ilker, but the world is a small place and hopefully its not goodbye, but see you soon. :)
... ever ride a bike in Amsterdam? Hell no! They all ride so quickly I am sure that I would get "belled" to move out of the way all the time! I explored the canals and enjoyed the scenes, attempting a couple of times to go to the Ann Frank's House, but was too discouraged by the long and seemingly endless lines. This will have to be seen another time I guess..too bad..
I ended up on the second day taking a canal boat ride, and ...
... daouli,defi, and touberleki. In addition, more recent instruments that came with the immigrants of Asia Minor that settled in Greece include the bouzouki, baglamas, and tzouras.
· Karagouna is a women’s characteristic dance of Thessalia (a northern region of Greece) but can be danced by both men and women. The song of Karagouna is a reference and an admiration to the majestic women’s dress. It is a slow dance consisting ...