Pasha Palas Hotel
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... and a lot of laughs while managing to communicate by more comical hand signals!
Every day we were fed well, especially at lunch, which was the main meal. Lunch in the farm was a communal affair, where family, hired hands and volunteers all ate together. Even though it was mid-October, most days it was warm enough to eat outside at mid day. My favourite dish - and there were many great ones - was Turkish pasta... proper name ...
... the city's Asian edge we hit a wall of traffic. It took us 3 hours just to get from the edge of the city, across the bridge, to the airport, and most of that time was sitting in stopped traffic waiting to enter the bridge. By the time we had handed in the car it was 7:45pm, the concert was meant to start at 8pm, and we had no chance of making it. I was vastly disappointed - there was a cello soloist playing in the concert, which was itself being held in Aya ...
... though they did not know where. I said I'll go check out the town a little, find out about camping and fishing, and Jon and I will meet them there in a little while. I did not manage to find anything out, so I got Jon, started talking to a Muslim lad who was raking the sand in front of the bar, about fishing and camping, and as far as II know, he wanted to tell me that Allah saves, and otherwise I'll go to hell. Then he showed me a party sign, banged head with me, asked ...
... restoration--or recreation-- it's hard to say. The front was shrouded in a sight-blocking fence, the front door closed. No work was being done in the time I was there, though the materials and props were everywhere to be seen. As were the new additions. I'll leave it to others to debate how far restorations/recreations should go. (And this goes as well for all the stuff I've praised in Bursa as well). Anyway, The Nicene Creed is something I fall intellectually ...
... portion for them. I'm so jealous - really wish I could join them, but I sadly have to stay here and be all responsible about my job and flat, etc. (yuck!) Otherwise plans for 2007 involve learning Turkish, getting through a really loooooooooong list of books I've been meaning to read, finding a decent flat, getting Ann over here on a holiday and planning my next big trip of course! Ok, so that's not all that's on the list, but ...