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... at the Ethnological Museum until 15 years after his passing his remains were moved to the Mausoleum on 10th November 1953. The architecture is simple, befitting of Antaturk's rejection of the ornamentation of the Ottoman era. There was so much to see in the beautifully designed museum that pays tribute to the man so many Turks respect. After lunch in Ankara we had a 1/ 1/2 hour drive along a smooth duel highway to the salt ...
... to our cabin has stairs in it! And the monastery was no different. But up we went, me with great difficulty due to the aerobics, and into a beautiful silver ornamented room where the monks said their prayers. Then into a museum with lots of lovely illuminated manuscripts.
When we left, we found out cab driver waiting for us, so he got another ten euros worth of happy driving down to the bottom.
Then we sailed overnight to Turkey. I must tell you that in our ...
... about our lives and enjoying the each other's strange company.
I learnt that they had three children, two of whom had died many years ago in a war somewhere I'd never heard of. At this, their expressions turned to sadness and grief, and the pity I had felt earlier deepened. We tried to communicate for another five minutes or so, the husband offering me more bread and tea, and the wife getting me to write down some english words she could learn. Every time a sentence ...
... of the cell is decorated with antithetical crosses. Saint Simeon was living in seclusion near Aleppo in the 5th century, when rumors that he made miracles started to spread. Disturbed by all the attention, he began to live at the top of a 2m high column, and later moved to one 15m in height. From there he only descended occasionally to get food and drink brought by his disciples. The hermits of Cappadocia distanced themselves from the world ...
... All day I think about it, then at night I say it.
Where did I come from, and what am I supposed to be doing?
I have no idea.
My soul is from elsewhere, I'm sure of that,